DELTA Grants: From Challenge to Solution
Assistant Teaching Professor Nicola Singletary and Associate Teaching Professor and Program Coordinator of Counselor Education Angela Smith share their experiences with DELTA Grants. This spring, DELTA is offering the following types of grants: Faculty Fellows, Course Improvement, Critical Path, Course Design and Exploratory Grants.
DELTA Colleagues Attend Wellness Conference
Earlier this year, DELTA colleagues attended the Meaningful Living and Learning in a Digital World conference in Savannah, Georgia. The conference provided a balance of faculty, student and professionally centered approaches to wellness, inclusion and meaningful learning in higher education.
DELTA-Con 2023 Set for May 9
Preparations are underway for the 7th annual DELTA-Con, NC State’s unconference experience, scheduled for Wednesday, May 9 from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. This day-long experience allows faculty, staff and graduate students from area higher education institutions to share their knowledge, expertise, and best practices on a wide variety of topics.
Changes for DELTA’s Media Production Services
DELTA’s Media Production Services has a new organizational structure with new team names! The new unit name — Enterprise Digital Media — and structure allows DELTA’s professional resources to better support the university and reflect the scope of new technologies.
Accessibility Tip: Course File Alternative Formats
NEW! Easily Access Alternative Formats for Course Files To help ensure equal access to files for all members of our diverse student population, NC State has acquired a license to SensusAccess, a “one-stop self-service, alternate media and document remediation service […]
Tools to Think Through the Complexities of AI Text Generators in the Classroom
Interested in learning about how to incorporate new Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools into your classroom teaching strategies in a responsible manner? DELTA Faculty Fellow Sarah Egan Warren shares appropriate tools to help instructors and administrators navigate the complexities of utilizing AI technologies in course content.
Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Kyle Bunds
Associate Professor Kyle Bunds will work with DELTA and NC State University Libraries to promote Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) technology use in the classroom. As a DELTA Faculty Fellow, he will facilitate the technology selection process for instructors and students.
What’s New in Moodle?
Want to learn tips and tricks to use in Moodle? Features such as “jump-to-top” and “gradebook user report” are featured in this article by Instructional Technologist Kerri Brown Parker. There are no major updates this year, and you can now request Moodle courses for the 2023 summer and fall semesters.
WolfSNAPS: Inclusive Teaching
This short, focused, asynchronous training is for faculty or graduate students who want to incorporate principles of inclusive teaching to meet the needs of students from diverse backgrounds into their online or hybrid course. Eight additional WolfSNAPS sessions on online course design best practices are also available in Reporter.
2023-2024 DELTA Grants Submissions Accepted Soon
Are you ready to partner with DELTA and set your project proposal into motion? DELTA Grants provide support, key services and financial resources to increase student success through faculty partnerships. The submission system opens April 3, and proposals are due by 5 p.m. on May 1.