A new online course — “Wicked Problems, Wolfpack Solutions” — gives incoming first-year students an extraordinary opportunity to learn and connect.
Hybrid Teaching at NC State
Learn more about hybrid teaching and its benefits. This article provides resources and helpful tips on how to design, develop and facilitate a hybrid course.
DELTA Testing Updates
With Respondus Monitor and LockDown Browser in use in some NC State courses for approximately one month, we’ve collected a few “lessons learned” based on feedback from students and faculty.
Important Considerations for Teaching Online When That Wasn’t Your Original Plan
With all summer courses moving online, it is time to consider how you will navigate the circumstances that you and your students may continue to face into the summer.
Remote Teaching and Assessment: Some Considerations and Concerns for Exam Monitoring and Online Testing
As we’ve embarked on an unprecedented journey to quickly pivot our campus classes into remote learning experiences, many questions have arisen (and continue to arise) about how to ensure the integrity of our academic environment. Read these considerations and concerns for exam monitoring and online testing.
Transform Your Teaching
DELTA provides a slew of technology workshops, tools and services for NC State faculty and staff to take online and classroom instruction to the next level.
DELTA, Libraries and NC State Stores Partner with OpenStax to Increase Use of Free, Peer-Reviewed Textbooks
NC State University has been chosen to participate in the 2019-2020 OpenStax Institutional Partnership Program to encourage the use of free, peer-reviewed textbooks on campus. The Libraries, DELTA, and the NC State Stores will be partnering in this program.
Teaching (and Learning) Through Technology
NC State’s DELTA Grants program empowers faculty to revolutionize classroom and online instruction. Learn how a team of DELTA staff worked with Deb Littlejohn to transform her graphic design theory course using immersive media. Submit a DELTA Grants proposal starting April 8 through May 17. Attend an info session or group consultation to help prepare your proposal.
Trees That Teach
You could learn about urban trees from a textbook. Or, your class could get outside to Think and Do. Through a Critical Path Course Redesign grant, DELTA staff members teamed up with Introduction to Environmental Science instructor Steph Jeffries to develop instructional and data collection materials for students to learn about campus trees.
Doctor of Design Student Aims to Design a Sustainable Food System
Mike Ortosky is pursuing his online Doctor of Design degree at NC State Design with the intention of reimagining a sustainable food system to benefit the health of the environment, economy, and North Carolina communities and beyond.