The Secret to Successful Teaching
NC State'ss Hollylynne S. Lee shares pearls of wisdom on strategies for successful teaching and other topics.
Closed Captioning: Not Just a Tool, a Legal Requirement
Save time while helping students succeed in your course by planning closed captioning for your class videos in advance. If one student is registered with the Disability Resource Office, an accuracy rate of 98% is mandated for closed captions. It’s not just a great idea, it’s the law!
Koutroumpis’ Fitness Walking Course Receives Quality Matters Certification for Course Design Quality
Quality Matters, a nationally recognized, faculty-centered, peer-review process that certifies the quality of online courses, has recognized HESF 102 Fitness Walking for its commitment to quality assurance through course design that meets Quality Matters Standards.
Zoom Platform Adds Two New Inclusive Features
Newer versions of Zoom include several new features, including two that increase the inclusiveness of the platform.
DELTA has a new training opportunity starting in July –– WolfSNAPS: Short Nimble Asynchronous Pedagogy Series. This series of seven quick trainings is designed to provide instructors with information, templates and resources to help you incorporate best practices in online or hybrid course design.
Donna Petherbridge Named Interim Vice Provost for DELTA
Donna Petherbridge, associate vice provost for academic technology innovation, will serve as interim vice provost for Digital Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA), effective July 1, 2021. Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Warwick Arden made the appointment. She will replace Tom Miller, who is stepping back from his leadership of DELTA.
NC State to Retire Mediasite: Here is What You Need to Know
With the transition to Panopto as NC State's enterprise video management system this May, DELTA is retiring the use of Mediasite/My Mediasite. Here is what you need to know.
Best Practices for Managing Online Office Hours
How can instructors provide the best support to students who are learning online? Here are some ways to provide synchronous and asynchronous help that will benefit individual students and your entire class from DELTA Faculty Fellow Lina Battestilli.
Tips for Working with a Teaching Assistant in an Online Course
Are you searching for ways to effectively use a teaching assistant (TA) in an online course? DELTA Faculty Fellow Julianne Treme is sharing her favorite tips to help your TA engage with your students and your course content online.
Teaching the Pack: Maria Gallardo-Williams
Maria Gallardo-Williams of the Department of Chemistry is innovating with technology to bring the lab experience to students, wherever they are.