Diversity and Inclusion
At Elon, we are committed to creating a positive, welcoming environment where every member of our community can thrive. Elon’s Diversity, Inclusion and Global Engagement website outlines a variety of faculty and staff opportunities and resources in support of our inclusive culture.
Health and Wellness
The Faculty/Staff Health & Wellness Clinic offers a variety of health and wellness services and programming. Whether you want to find an employee-only fitness class, sign-up for a massage, or need medical services, the Clinic has many offerings that support and promote your mind, body, and spirit.
Belk Library holds an impressive assortment of leadership and professional development books, journals, magazines, audio-books, and other media. Search the Library’s extensive database for topics of interest or simply visit in-person and chat with a librarian about what you are looking for.
OLPD’s Resource Library
The Office of Leadership and Professional Development (OLPD) has a vast library of resources available for staff members to sign out. These include books, training resources, and videos. Please stop by anytime or contact us at (336) 278-6124.
On-Demand Training Library (LinkedIn Learning)
Did you know that you can access a huge library of on-demand courses through LinkedIn Learning (formerly Lynda.com)? Belk Library partnered with IT to update the new platform which offers a robust library of more than 10,000 video tutorials and a more social interactive and social experience for all users. Sync LinkedIn Learning with your personal LinkedIn profile for more personalized course recommendations. Take a look at all the courses on leadership development, skill development, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
Consider this comprehensive Learning Path: Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging for ALL.
Learn about the challenges and opportunities inherent in working in diverse organizations. This transformative learning path reviews current thinking and best practices on essential topics such as bias in all of its forms, cultural competence, communication, allyship, and accountability.
Earn Learning Certificates: When you complete a course or learning path on LinkedIn Learning, you can add the earned course certificate to your LinkedIn profile. Your organization and colleagues can see your commitment to educational continuity.
Learn more about key features and how to activate your account.
If you are not able to access these programs, please contact Ann Flaherty, firstname.lastname@example.org; 336-278-6123.
If you are interested in learning Spanish, check out El Centro de Español. El Centro offers conversation classes free of charge to the University community. Classes are offered throughout the fall and spring semesters.
Information Technology offers workshops throughout the year on various technologies and best practices. Whether you need help with Moodle or want to sharpen your presentation skills, be sure to watch for facstaff emails announcing training opportunities.
The Center for Writing Excellence (CWE), which integrates the Writing Center and Writing Across the University programs, serves as the unified source of support, collaboration, and inspiration for all writing-related activities on our campus.
Writing Boot Camps are for faculty and staff who want to devote an entire day, without interruptions, to their writing. These bootcamps are announced over facstaff email and happen throughout the year. They are a great way to launch or make progress on your research or creative, scholarly, or professional writing project.
If you need a one-on-one help, the WCE provides writing consultations through the Writing Center located in the Library. Make an appointment with the Writing Center.