2013 IDEA Grants RFP Released
On April 24, DELTA released the Request for Proposal (RFP) for the 2013-2014 cycle of IDEA grants. The application deadline is May 23, 2013.
IDIG Lunch & Learn: Putting Science Labs Online
The Instructional Design Interest Group met for an online Lunch and Learn event on Tuesday, Mar. 26 at 12 noon until 1:00. During the meeting, Lee Ann Gillen, Senior Instructional Designer from DELTA, discussed some of the challenges that instructors […]
Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies 2013
From May 13 to 17, DELTA will offer training opportunities during our Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies program in the DH Hill Library.
Mediasite Mobile: Viewing Presentations On-the-Go
Did you know that Mediasite 6 allows for presentations to be viewed on mobile devices? This means learners can view content anytime or anywhere. Whether sitting in the library or riding the bus, Mediasite presentations are viewable on-the-go! Check out […]
Moodle 2 Training Opportunities Coming Soon!
The new version of Moodle will be available to instructors in March 2013, to create and prepare courses for the summer and fall semesters. Project spaces can also be requested in March 2013, allowing instructors to use Moodle for non […]
Educause Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference Reflections: January 16–18, 2013
By Dr. Donna Petherbridge & David Howard From January 16 – 18, 2013, we attended the Educause Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. The overall theme for this conference was “People, Process & Technology: IT Matters.” We came to the conference […]
IDIG Lunch & Learn: Evaluating Student Blogging
IDIG met for an online Lunch and Learn event on Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 12 noon - 1:00. This meeting focused on using and evaluating student blogging as a course activity.
Spring 2013 Workshops & Seminars Registration Now Open!
Join us this Spring as we explore a variety of topics from the world of teaching with technology!
Moodle Course Copier Problems
We are disabling the Course Copier block and directing people to use the prior methods of importing content or restoring your course.