Upcoming Faculty Seminar Series: Teaching Larger Classes
Many classes at NC State are larger this year because of budget cuts and increased enrollment. This seminar series is designed to assist faculty in developing and sharing strategies for effectively teaching larger classes. The Office of Faculty Development, in […]
“Flu-Proofing” a Course: Where do you start?
As stories related to H1N1 continue to appear in places as varied as our own Technician and in Inside Higher Education, the possibility of social distancing(at worst) or students (or you) missing more class than usual due to the flu […]
OIT Fall 2009 Workshops
Our partners in the Office of Information Technology (OIT) offer free technology training classes for NC State faculty and staff. This fall, OIT is offering various Adobe workshops focused on Acrobat Pro, InDesign and PhotoShop, as well as workshops related […]
Moodle Article in The Technician
See Moodle moves in at: http://www.technicianonline.com/features/moodle-moves-in-1.1788039 To keep informed regarding the LMS transition on campus, see http://wikis.lib.ncsu.edu/index.php/LMS_Strategy
Check out DELTA Teaching & Learning with Technology workshops!
For a list of DELTA’s workshops, see http://www.delta.ncsu.edu/workshops/. Summer workshops and seminars run through August 2009, with our fall schedule beginning in September. New courses for the fall include a number of workshops and seminars related to using the Moodle […]
Update: LMS Committees
One of DELTA’s goals is to provide an enterprise-level LMS service that meets the needs of university constituents for teaching and learning within a cost-effective and maintainable structure. In moving forward with the improvement and implementation of enterprise-level LMS services, […]
The Office of Faculty Development invites you to visit their new website
http://www.ncsu.edu/faculty-development/index.html The Office has assumed many of the functions of the former Faculty Center of Teaching and Learning and will offer programming addressing teaching and learning and other areas of faculty work, many in conjunction with other faculty development programs […]