Tips to Create Your Own Instructional Media From Home
As more people turn to podcasts and videos to engage with students and colleagues at a distance, DELTA staff members are sharing tips to help you navigate the technology behind instructional media and develop powerful learning materials on your own.
Faster and Better: Instructional Media Production’s Year in Review
With innovative technologies, refined workflows and extensive upgrades, Instructional Media Production got "faster and better" at delivering high-quality multimedia to support NC State students and faculty in fiscal year 2019-2020.
Tackling Global Health with Virtual Reality
A DELTA Grant project developed in collaboration with Assistant Professor Andy Stringer and the College of Veterinary Medicine will allow veterinary students to explore global health challenges, diverse farming practices and cultural contexts in virtual reality.
Register Now for Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies 2020
Registration is now open for Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies 2020! This year’s program will be delivered entirely online via Zoom Friday, July 31 through Tuesday, Aug. 4 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This year's focus is on leveling up your teaching and moving from emergency remote instruction to quality online teaching.
DELTA Celebrates Pride of the Wolfpack and Cheers for Peers Recipients
This year’s Pride of the Wolfpack and Cheers for Peers celebration looked a bit different than in years past. Instead of the usual all-DELTA in-person staff meeting, we held the first DELTA virtual awards ceremony via Zoom on May 29, 2020. Congratulations to all who have gone above and beyond!
Inside DELTA: 5 Questions with Donna Petherbridge
A new Inside DELTA highlighting the life of DELTA staff in their day-to-day work routines and life outside of work. Donna Petherbridge is the Associate Vice Provost for Academic Technology Information and a passionate advocate for DELTA staff and services across NC State's campus.
DELTA Faculty Fellow Finds Success in Online Instruction
Associate Teaching Professor Annette Moore transitioned two courses online this spring in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. She found success by learning new skills and adjusting her teaching to be effective at a distance.