Women in Technology: Supporting Diversity and Inclusivity at NC State
The recently established Women in Technology interest group brings together staff, faculty and students to create a supportive environment where making the technology field more diverse, inclusive and supportive of women is a priority. All are welcome to join the first coffee and conversations meetup scheduled for Jan. 10, 2020.
An Online Graduate’s Story of Applying Knowledge to Industry
Lonny Carter, a product manager at Bob Barker Company, will graduate this December with a Master of Textiles degree completed entirely online at NC State. The skills and knowledge she's gained from the program have already begun making an impact in her career.
Enhance Your Teaching with Tech: DELTA Spring Workshops Open
Register now for DELTA Spring Workshops! Our workshops focus on providing instructors with the tools, skills and knowledge to effectively use NC State learning technologies to impact student success.
Feature Request System Supports Continual Improvement
When DELTA adopted Moodle as our Learning Management System in 2010, it was done so with our campus community in mind. As open source software, Moodle provides the possibility to customize features to meet the needs, requests and suggestions of NC State faculty, staff and students.
Augmented Reality Brings New Life to Graphic Design Theory Textbook
Created through a DELTA Grant with College of Design Associate Professor Deb Littlejohn, the augmented reality app for GD 303 enhances the standard theory textbook with interactive activities such as quizzes and guided tours.
Inside DELTA: 5 Questions with Alan McCoy
A new Inside DELTA highlighting the life of DELTA staff in their day-to-day work routines and life outside of the workplace. Alan McCoy's Alan McCoy’s varied experience in applications and web development has paved the way for him to thrive in his current role as PHP developer at DELTA.
Seeking Applications for DELTA’s Course Quality Program
The Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP) and the Quality Matters Essentials Standards Program (QMESP) are two professional development opportunities for faculty to improve their online or blended courses based on Quality Matters standards. Apply by Nov. 8.
Student Services Block Available in Moodle
DELTA is excited to announce the release of a Student Services block in Moodle. In support of student success, we encourage you to add this block to all of your Moodle courses. The block provides links to student resources and services that are specific to NC State’s online and distance education students.
NC State Shares Immersive Learning Across the Country
NC State’s exploration and implementation of immersive learning technologies and spaces were shared across the country with a recent invitation to visit San Diego State University. Mike Cuales and David Woodbury presented on tech lending and immersive technology projects.
DELTA Expands Online Course Quality Efforts
With the new Course Quality Program at NC State, faculty members have multiple pathways to choose from to improve their online courses with the guidance and support from instructional designers and technologists at DELTA. Learn how you can get involved and help raise the bar for quality online education at NC State.