DELTA will soon be providing various training opportunities during the week of May 14 through 18, from 8:45 AM to 12 PM each day in the D.H. Hill Library. Workshop and seminar session topics will include: Transitioning from Elluminate to Blackboard Collaborate, Moodle Assessments, Google Apps, Mobile Initiatives, an Update of NC State Enterprise Learning Technologies, the Quality Matters Rubric, Communication and Interaction in Moodle, a tour of Video Conferencing Services, Moodle best practices and more!
On Wednesday, May 16 in the Faculty Senate Room, we will host a luncheon with guest speakers Melissa Hart (Poole College of Management) and Diane Chapman (College of Education) from noon until 1:30 p.m. They will share their experiences—the good and the not-so-good—with integrating technology into their courses.
This is not a certificate program and there is no required application process to participate. At Summer Shorts, participants can attend as many or as few workshops and seminars that spark their interest or meet their teaching and learning with technology needs. Attendees will find many opportunities in which to start, update or advance their knowledge of learning technologies and pedagogical strategies. So we hope you’ll take advantage of this great opportunity and join us! Simply visit https://delta.ncsu.edu/learn/workshops/summer_shorts/, enter your unity ID and password and view additional information and instructions for registering.
Registration begins April 16 and will continue throughout the Summer Shorts week, on a first come, first served basis. So register early! DELTA workshops and seminars are available to all NC State faculty, staff and graduate students free of charge.
Be on the lookout for an email reminder coming soon, advising that registration has started!
We hope to see you there!