Educause Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference Reflections: January 16–18, 2013
By Dr. Donna Petherbridge & David Howard From January 16 – 18, 2013, we attended the Educause Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference in Baltimore, Maryland. The overall theme for this conference was “People, Process & Technology: IT Matters.” We came to the conference […]
DELTA Staff Showcase Innovative Instructional Technologies at Local Chapter Meeting of the ASTD
On November 30, 2012, Dr. Donna Petherbridge, Amanda Robertson, David Tredwell, Cathi Phillips and Lee Ann Gillen gave the keynote presentation at the Research Triangle chapter of the American Society of Training and Development’s (ASTD) November monthly meeting. This chapter […]
SLOAN-C Conference 2012
I attended the SLOAN-C conference, a consortium whose members are dedicated to integrating online education into the mainstream of higher education.
Office of Faculty Development Fall Workshop Opportunities
The Office of Faculty Development is excited to announce the kickoff for this semester's workshop program.
April 8 Teaching and Learning Symposium
The Office of Faculty Development will be hosting its first campus-wide Teaching and Learning Symposium (TLS) on April 8, 2011. This event will celebrate exemplary teaching at North Carolina State University. Provost Warwick Arden will be presenting university teaching awards […]
Teaching in Large Classes
From our colleagues in the Office of Faculty Development . . . If you have been involved or plan to be involved in teaching large classes, you may be especially interested in this session led by two veteran faculty: Dr. […]
Teaching Strategies for Online Group Work
As an online instructor, working with groups presents a special challenge. Problems in working with online groups are not unique, and concerns about working with student groups in both face-to-face and online environments are certainly expressed to me by other faculty. While difficult to manage at times, I am a big believer in teaming students for certain assignments, because the ability to collaborate with others and the inevitable collaboration and project management experience that comes in working with multiple individuals on an assignment are skills as valuable as the other content that students will take away from my course.
SLOAN-C Conference Wrap-up
On Wednesday, November 3, I found myself at the RDU airport at 6:15am (not sure how I got there, it was early!) going through security and then waiting for my flight to Orlando on my way to the 16th annual […]
Reflections on Educause 2010
A number of colleagues (and myself!) attended the Educause conference (which focuses on Information Technology and Higher Education) in Anaheim, CA, the week of October 12. I enjoy the opportunity to attend this conference when I can because I find […]
Office of Faculty Development sponsors “Thank a teacher” program
Am passing this on from my colleagues in the Office of Faculty Development – love this idea! In order to provide NC State students a way to express appreciation to faculty who have impacted their university experience in a positive […]