U.S. Army Lead Software Engineer Earns B.A. via NC State Online
U.S. Army Lead Software Engineer Salem Ezz completes NC State’s Leadership in the Public Sector online bachelor’s degree-completion program. He will graduate in May of 2023 at the in-person commencement ceremony.
2023 Spring DELTA Express Grants Recipients Announced
DELTA has awarded a total of eight Express Grants stretching across three colleges. Grant types include three Instructional Tools Grants and five Course Essentials grants.
DELTA’s 2021-2022 Digital Annual Report is Available
The 2021-2022 DELTA Annual Report is now available online! Explore the report to see the progress we have made toward our strategic goals and positively impact student success.
2022-2023 DELTA Grants Recipients Announced
DELTA is pleased to announce nearly $242,062 in 14 new and eight continuing DELTA Grants to 32 recipients across the university. Recipients represent nine academic colleges and the Institute for Advanced Analytics.
Donna Petherbridge Named Permanent Vice Provost
Donna Petherbridge, interim vice provost for Digital Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA), has been named permanent vice provost for DELTA, effective January 1. Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Warwick Arden made the appointment.
A Look Behind the Scenes of Academic Technologies
Have you ever thought about how much work goes on behind the scenes to keep all of NC State’s enterprise learning technologies running? In this story, we’ll look at how DELTA teams make upgrades to technologies and tools such as WolfWare, Moodle and Panopto with minimal downtime for campus users — thanks to regular maintenance and a rigorous testing process.
20 Years of Extending the Reach of Education
Kay Zimmerman, who served as the associate vice provost for marketing and partnership development at DELTA, has retired after two decades dedicated to online and distance learning.
Employee Relies on Alma Mater to Transform Workshops for NC SBTDC
Technology Commercialization Counselor Michael Carnes and his team reached out to DELTA to pivot his in-person workshops which involved 6 panelists and 225 attendees, into a virtual webinar with support from DELTA.
Temperature Check on Fall Semester
There is a big difference between preparing an effective online course and simply recording lectures and putting them in Moodle. We reached out to Kimberly Allen, the new associate director of academic programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), for some insight on how this semester is going from her conversations with students and faculty.
Classroom Capture for Fall 2021
As part of the transition from Mediasite to Panopto, DELTA and ClassTech have worked together to deploy more than 280 recorders across campus. For a list of 110 classrooms equipped for recording, refer to this spreadsheet. With the expansive addition […]