Technology staff help students get Connected @Elon

Posted on: August 29, 2011 | By: Scott Hildebrand | Filed under: Events & Training, News

Scott Hildebrand engages new students in a game of Family Feud.

Instructional and Campus Technologies held their 4th annual Connected @Elon event on Sunday, August 28th during New Student Orientation. Created to help incoming students learn about the technology available to them on campus, Campus Technologies staff staged a game Family Feud, complete with commercials featuring technology services.

Scott Hildebrand (Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning Technologies), Jacquie Adams (a senior from Mechanicsville, VA), and Brent Edwards (a junior from Mount Holly, NC) engaged first-year student contestants with questions about technology. The students were asked to name the top 5 things they should not do on Facebook, the apps available to them through their Google Apps for Education account, and the ways they can seek technology help.

Students walked away from the show with an understanding of the ways they can stay “Connected @ Elon.” To learn more about ways you can stay “Connected @Elon,” visit our “New to Elon” section on the Technology website.

Questions from Family Feud

Q: Name something you should not do on Facebook
Survey says …
1. Open it to anyone
2. List room number
3. Post questionable photos
4. Show your full birthday
5. Stalk your professor
For more information about Technology Ethics and Personal Responsibility, visit

Q: Name one of the Google Apps
Survey says …
1. Gmail
2. Docs
3. Calendar
4. Sites
5. Talk

For more information about Google Apps, visit the Technology Wiki at [keyword: google apps for education].

Q: Name a way to get technology help
Survey says …
1. Call 336-278-5200
2. Visit Help Desk ( [keyword: Help Desk])
3. Elite students ( [keyword: elite Program])
4. Technology website (
5. Technology Wiki (

Scott Hildebrand

Scott Hildebrand serves as an Assistant Director of Teaching and Learning Technologies. Scott helps design and deliver workshops, events, and other developmental opportunities to promote the use of technology in teaching and learning as well as the effective use of office productivity tools.

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One response to “Technology staff help students get Connected @Elon”

  1. Cool says:

    Some people can be naive, but informing them helps. good job.