Save the Date for DELTA’s Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies
DELTA's annual Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies will be held online Friday, July 31 through Tuesday, Aug. 4. Registration begins Monday, June 15. More details regarding the times, sessions and topics of this year’s program will be available as soon as possible.
Reflections and Results: Faculty Look Back on Spring Exams
With DELTA test centers closed this May in response to COVID-19, NC State faculty used a variety of strategies to deliver final exams remotely, from alternative assignments to remote proctoring tools. Several faculty members are looking back on the experience and sharing advice for the future.
Bringing Interaction to Instructional Videos with PlayPosit
PlayPosit is an interactive video editing tool helping educators make the most out of instructional videos with embedded questions, learning objectives and more. Effective Aug. 1, all NC State faculty members will have complete and free access to use PlayPosit in their fall 2020 courses.
DELTA Testing Services Reflects on a Unique Final Exam Period
NC State students took spring 2020 final exams remotely due to closures caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. DELTA Testing Services adapted to the unprecedented changes with new applications and strategies to support students and faculty.
DELTA Summer Workshops: Effectively Teach Online
DELTA is offering weekly workshops throughout the summer to help you continue to navigate the shift to remote instruction. We’ll cover the tools, techniques and strategies you need to effectively teach online.
DELTA Instructional Technologists Share Tips for Teaching Online
This summer will feel different for NC State instructors and students as all courses move online. DELTA's Instructional Technology Training team is sharing their favorite tools and techniques for online instruction to help faculty make the transition and give students an engaging summer of learning.
Online and Distance Education Graduates Share Stories of Resilience, Dedication
We caught up with spring 2020 online and distance education graduates from a variety of degree and certificate programs to learn more about their journeys up until this point and where the future may take them.
Site-Based Engineering Program Benefits Eastern North Carolina Workforce
NC State is committed to offering high-quality education no matter the delivery mode. Two students graduating from the Mechanical Engineering Systems (MES) site-based degree program in Havelock, North Carolina, are experiencing that first hand. Learn more about Daniel Colwell and Michael Crawford.
A Graduate Student and Online Teacher Reflects on 2020 Spring Semester
Master of Science in Technical Communication student Summer Walls, who taught online, shares how COVID-19 impacted her studies and her teaching.
Jenkins Professional Online MBA Grad’s Story of Valuable Lessons and a Promotion
The Jenkins Professional Online MBA provided the flexibility Jason Brodsgaard needed to continue his education and refine his skills in business. While earning his degree, he was promoted to CEO of his company.