Campus wide sessions are open to all staff and faculty:

Upcoming Sessions:

Information Security Essentials – CYA Covering Your Assets – Sponsored by Teaching and Learning Technologies

Tuesday, October 19th, 12:00 – 1:00pm, Zoom

Let’s start this year out on the right foot so we don’t get tripped up by the phishers, scammers, and cyber criminals. In this session we will discuss the tools you can use to keep your information assets safe and how you can contribute to keeping Elon’s data and technical resources safe and compliant. We will also cover some of the new mechanisms Elon has implemented over the summer to lower our risk of unauthorized data and information access and improve our cyber security posture.

Register for Information Security Essentials – CYA Covering Your Assets

Reading Along Together: Social Annotation with Hypothes.is – Sponsored by Teaching and Learning Technologies

Wednesday, October 20th, 2:00 – 3:00pm, Moseley 216

Identify how Hypothes.is can be used to deepen student engagement with course readings and resources.
This event is the pre-cursor for the more advanced Hypothes.is session to be held in October. Faculty are welcome to attend one or both based on their experience.

Register for October Hypothesis Training

SharePoint, OneDrive, Teams – Which One? – Sponsored by Teaching & Learning Technologies

Thursday, October 21st, 12:00 – 1:00pm, Belk Library 205

Wondering when to use OneDrive, SharePoint, or Teams? Considered integrating Office 365 tools into your course, but didn’t know how? Need tips for organizing your Team to easily locate files? TLT along with Jennifer Jury, Microsoft Learning Consultant, will help you understand use cases for each. Join us for refreshments and bring your own device, as you discover how to use Microsoft tools more effectively. You are strongly encouraged to bring your own device. Laptops can be checked out from Media Services in Belk Library.

Register for Employees with Children ERG – September

Event Planning 101: Beyond the 25Live Reservation

Tuesday, October 26th, 12:00 – 1:30pm, Oaks 212

We are excited to see more events occurring in person that allow us to connect as a campus community. In this session, the Event and Space Management office will provide an overview of how they can assist you in planning your events beyond just the space reservation in 25Live. We will cover how we work with Campus Resource Providers to streamline the event planning process, showcase different ways we can assist you in organizing event reservations, and answer any questions you have about our office. Feel free to bring your own personal laptop if you have questions about your specific events.

Register for Event Planning 101: Beyond the 25Live Reservation

Latinx/Hispanic Employee Resource Group (ERG) – monthly meeting

Wednesday, October 27th, 5:00pm, Oak House

Please join the Latinx/Hispanic ERG (Employee Resource Group) for its October meeting on Wednesday, October 27, at 5 p.m., at The Oak House. Refreshments will be provided.

Registration not required. You can show up at the Oak House at 5pm.

Sustainability ERG – Waste Reduction On and Off Campus

Thursday, October 28th, 12:00 – 1:00pm, Zoom

Are you interested in learning more about how to properly dispose of waste on campus? Do you want some tips for reducing your waste at home? This month, we will discuss waste at Elon and in our own homes. Learn how Elon’s Environmental Services team manages waste on campus and where to properly recycle unique items like writing utensils and textiles. At-home waste reduction tips, including backyard composting, reusables, and upcycling will also be discussed.

Register for Sustainability ERG – Waste Reduction On and Off Campus

Employees with Children ERG – Do You Know Where Your Kids Have Been? Presented by Information Security

Thursday, October 28th, 2:00 – 3:00pm, Zoom

The Internet can be a scary place. In today’s digitally connected world, families must think about safety and security both online and offline. Most every child is taught basic safety and security, like “Stranger Danger” and to look both ways before crossing the street. It is much harder to teach young people about online safety and privacy. Online security, privacy and safety begins with parents leading the way. Like adults, children must be taught to “Think before you click”, “Share with care”, and “Don’t talk with strangers”. Gary Sheehan, Elon’s Director of Information Security is ready to share some tips about how you can ensure your kids and grandchildren can safely “surf the net” while in your care. Ensuring cybersecurity awareness among family members makes the Internet a safer place for all ages.

By taking this course you will satisfy your information security training requirement for the 2021 school year.

Register for Employees with Children ERG – October – Do You Know Where Your Kids Have Been?

Cultivating Emerging Professionals ERG – Leveraging Your Enneagram Type in the Workplace

Monday, November 8th, 12:00 – 2:00pm, Zoom

Have you ever been asked which Enneagram Type you are? For those who haven’t yet heard about this increasingly popular model, the Enneagram is a system of personality typing that describes patterns in how people interpret the world and manage their emotions. Monica LeBlanc and Hanna Woody from Empowered Enneagram will present a customized workshop to Elon employees helping them identify and then harness the power of their Enneagram type at work. During the two-hour workshop, you can expect to: learn about the history and structure of the Enneagram model, discuss the strengths and challenges of all 9 types, delve into the essence and energetics of each type, apply the basics of the Enneagram to the workplace, and ask our experienced presenters any questions you may have. This will be the ERG’s signature event for the 2021-2022 academic year, so you don’t want to miss it!

Monica and Hanna are both licensed mental health therapists who operate their Empowered Enneagram business on the side. Click here if you would like to learn more about their business and background.

Register for Cultivating Emerging Professionals ERG – Leveraging Your Enneagram Type in the Workplace

Upcoming ESP Sessions (Invite Only):

How People Learn and Work with Amy Overman

Wednesday, October 27th, 12:00-1:00 pm, Zoom

Register for How People Learn and Work with Amy Overman, Assistant Dean of Elon College, The College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Psychology.

Effective Performance Management: A Nuts and Bolts Guide for Supervisors with Chris Jamison

Thursday, November 4th, 12:00-1:00pm, Zoom

Register for Effective Performance Management: A Nuts and Bolts Guide for Supervisors with Chris Jamison HR Consultant for HR Compliance and Equal Opportunity.

HR Policies & Procedures for Supervisors with Molly Zlock

Wednesday, December 1st, 12:00-1:15pm, Zoom

Register for HR Policies & Procedures for Supervisors with Molly Zlock, Director of HR Compliance, Equal Opportunity and Title IX