On Feb 28th cable was turned off on campus. It is replaced by Philo, a live streaming service available to anyone who lives on campus.
Learn more about Philo here: www.elon.edu/philo
WebEx is a web conferencing tool that allows faculty, staff, and students to collaborate with anyone through impromptu and scheduled meetings.
Kaltura automatically optimizes files for viewing on any device and tracks usage and other analytics. Other features include captioning, quizzing, and screen casting within Moodle.
Elon University now has four official wireless networks available for faculty, staff, students, and visitors.
The Maker Hub is Elon’s first makerspace open to all Elon students, faculty and staff. A makerspace is a space where you make things.
Learn more here!
Learning On Demand is a curated repository of educational videos produced by Elon University faculty, staff, and students.
Check them out here!
Elon students and faculty shared projects on April 26 at the Maker Takeover in Moseley Center.
The event was part of Frau Fiber’s international campaign to change the apparel industry one stitch at a time.
Ellucian recognizes Elon University’s partnership to improve the transcript system.
Joseph Rich, integration project lead, has been recognized for his dedication to audio visual integration projects and his outstanding work with Elon’s many innovative buildings on campus.
Ryan Gay, manager of service management/project lead for Instructional & Campus Technologies, recently published an article on Help Desk International’s SupportWorld website detailing the department's change management evolution.
Beginning on March 1, Elon will launch a new television system in campus residence halls, lounges and other common areas.
If you use video in your courses or are considering using video, you'll want to know about Kaltura, a new feature in Moodle that makes it easy to share and create video content.
Alfred Simkin, an instructor of biology at Elon, discusses his several year journey to build an alternative vehicle for commuting: an electric bike.
In Robert Charest's COR 110 classes, students are challenged to reexamine objects they may take for granted, and use them for a unique purpose: to solve a "first world problem."