A New Focus for the Gateway Technology Center
In 2008-09, as the focus of the Gateway Technology Center (GTC) in Rocky Mount shifted, so did DELTA’s role with the GTC. The result has been positive changes to develop better ways to serve the four-county region surrounding Rocky Mount. […]
From DELTA Intern to Disney Imagineer
Ashley Wagner, a former student intern in DELTA’s Creative and Multimedia Production Services group, participated in a dream internship this summer at Walt Disney’s Imagineering in Southern California. Wagner landed the internship after becoming a finalist in Disney’s ImagiNations Design […]
NC State to Migrate to Moodle Learning Management System
In April 2009, North Carolina State University’s Moodle Pilot Implementation Team submitted a recommendation to Dr. Thomas K. Miller III, Vice Provost of Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA), that the university transition from its two existing Learning Management […]
2009 TLT Conference Next Week
Several members of the DELTA staff will be presenting at the 2009 TLT conference next week. Stay tuned for more information about those presentations!
Miller Honored with National Distance Learning Award
Dr. Tom Miller, North Carolina State University Vice Provost for Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA), was recently honored by the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) with its award for Outstanding Leadership by an Individual in the field of Distance Learning.
New 2009 Teaching & Learning with Technology (TLT) Conference dates
2009 TLTC Conference dates finalized . . .
LITRE Expo 2009: Looking Toward the Future and Learning from the Past
Almost everyone at NC State takes Learning in a Technology-Rich Environment (LITRE) for granted now. As a flagship university for science and technology, of course we investigate ways to use the Web and other digital media to enhance our teaching and learning! But just 10 years ago, many perceived the Web as a mere novelty for use in teaching, and some saw online courses as potentially disruptive to sound pedagogy and academic excellence.
TLTR Session: Is Learning a Serious Game?
Title: TLTR Session: Is Learning a Serious Game? Location: D.H. Hill Library, Faculty Senate Chambers Description: Presentation from faculty working on NSF-funded games for teaching & learning in a variety of disciplines, as well as others who will offer us […]
DE to Host Open House on Jan. 22, 2009
DELTA’s Distance Education unit will host an Open House for current and prospective distance education students interested in learning about the DE programs and opportunities available to them at NC State. Please stop by if you are interested in talking […]
DELTA Hosts Open House
DELTA hosted faculty, staff and administrators from around campus and beyond at an Open House on Dec. 18, 2008. Guests were invited to tour DELTA’s new office in Venture II and talk to staff about DELTA’s programs and services.