Office of Faculty Development call for participation in fall reading circles
I am passing along this information from my colleagues in the Office of Faculty Development. Are you interested in exploring how teaching might facilitate more and better learning? Or in investigating what teachers can do in order to maximize learning […]
NC State University Learning Management System (LMS) update
Contributions from: Dr. Donna Petherbridge, Dr. Martin Dulberg, Stacy Gant, Greg Kraus, David Howard, Jeff Webster, Laura Stephenson, Bill Hicks & Daniel L’Hommedieu Gearing up for another academic year while continuing our LMS transition from Blackboard Vista to Moodle, and […]
Upcoming and Available DELTA RFPs in support of Distance Education and On-Campus Courses
DELTA currently has three different Grant programs that support NC State Distance Education programs, individual course development and traditional, large enrollment courses. Read more to see if pursuing a grant through these programs is right for you!
TLT Group’s Friday Live Webinar
The TLT Group’s Friday Live Webinar on Friday, April 23 at 2:00 pm will feature a presentation given at the Lilly South Conference by UNCG’s Jane Harris and Bonnie Canziani. The webinar is free and you can register at http://www.tltgroup.org/. […]
Lecture Capture – Annotated Bibliography
I recently worked on an annotated bibliography on lecture capture, as part of work I’ve done in partnership with others. I thought I would share in case others are interested. The introduction (overall highlights) from the annotated bibliography follows. (Please […]
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Institute Offered
Our colleagues in the Office of Faculty Development would like to announce their first Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Summer Institute. This institute will provide an opportunity for NC State faculty to work collaboratively with peers and develop research […]
Flu-Proofing Your Course: Planning Your Course to Anticipate Student Absences
Because there is a possibility that either you or many of your students may be absent from your course during the semester due to flu-related illness, it is important to develop contingency plans so that the course can continue and the students can complete essential components of the course. These contingencies can be reflected in your syllabus in areas of assignments, alternative in-class participation requirements, attendance and make up requirements, course calendar, and communication arrangements.
Office of Faculty Development announces spring workshop schedule!
Please note that our colleagues in the Office of Faculty Development have announced their spring workshop schedule. See http://www.ncsu.edu/faculty-development/seminars-workshops/index.html for details.
Tips for Teaching Online
From the desks of: Dr. Donna Petherbridge, Amanda Robertson, & Dr. Traci Temple There are many things to think about when planning and teaching an online course. A lot of what you already know about teaching in a conventional classroom […]
Nominate a Colleague for Innovative Teaching with Technology!
Nominations for the 2009–2010 Gertrude Cox Award will be accepted November 1, 2009 – December 4, 2009 The Gertrude Cox Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching and Learning with Technology was created to honor the creative pedagogy of NC State's faculty and technical staff and their work in integrating new technologies into effective teaching strategies.