Fostering Deeper Discussions using Zoom Breakout Rooms
Student-to-student interaction is important for student learning as well as student well-being and persistence. Breakout Rooms in Zoom offer great opportunities for student-to-student interaction and help create a richer online learning experience.
A Roundup of Top Hat New Features
Director of Instructional Support Services Stacy Gant shares her favorite new features and enhancements to the teaching tool, Top Hat. From improved editing of slides to a new gradebook, see how the improvements can benefit your teaching.
Takeaways from Engage 2018
The 2nd annual Engage conference was held in Chicago in late October 2018. Yiling Chappelow, Stacy Gant, Lou Harrison and David Howard attended the conference to learn more about the Top Hat platform, meet users and Top Hat executives, and hear about the future direction of the company and their software.
10 Tips for Establishing a Strong Social Presence in Your Online Class
For students and instructors, taking (or teaching) an online course can feel like an isolated activity.
The UNC CAUSE Conference: It’s Not Just for Techies Anymore
By Yiling Chappelow, Stacy Gant, Marc Gracieux, Ashley Grantham, Laura Stephenson, Scott Watkins and Mark Wiest In late October, several DELTA team members traveled to Charlotte, North Carolina for the annual UNC CAUSE conference, a gathering of higher education IT […]
Wimba Create (formerly Course Genie) License Expires 11/30/2010
The campus-wide license for Wimba Create (formerly Course Genie) expires on November 30, 2010 and will not be renewed. There is not enough use of the software on campus to justify the expense of maintaining the license. Unfortunately, Wimba recently […]
ELI Spring Focus Session on Mobile Learning, March 3-4
DELTA and NCSU Libraries are co-hosting an exciting EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative event titled "Mobile Learning 2.0: The Next Phase of Innovation in Mobile" on March 3rd and 4th at DH Hill Library.
Flu-Proof Your Course: Assignments
An assignment is due in your course, but a student is ill and unable to attend your class to submit it. What are you (and your student) to do? One obvious solution is to use email. You could direct your […]