NC State and DELTA Lead Group of Four Universities in Adaptive Learning Project
NC State Associate Professor Katherine Saul, Ph.D. shares her experience fully integrating Adaptive Learning (AL) and RealizeIt into her Engineering Dynamics course. This type of course design resulted in students completing five times more problems which fostered deeper understanding of concepts and individualized assistance.
Faculty Fellows Series: Perspectives from a HyFlex Classroom
In this story series, DELTA Faculty Fellows will explore the ways that they have implemented HyFlex this semester across a variety of subjects. The third installment is written by Teaching Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science Lina Battestilli.
WolfSNAPS Spring Training Sessions
WolfSNAPS are part of the Short, Nimble, Asynchronous Pedagogy Series designed for instructors as self-paced training sessions that can be completed in as little as 30 minutes! Read about the spring offerings that were just announced.
DELTA Offers Express Grants for Spring 2022
DELTA is offering Spring 2022 Express Grants — Rapid Design and Instructional Tools — for faculty and instructors seeking ways to enhance their teaching with technology. How Can DELTA assist you next semester?
Meet the Newest Members of the Course Quality Program at NC State
Get to know the newest faculty members committed to enhancing online education in the Course Quality Program at NC State, and learn more about the program's different pathways to success.
Interest Groups Promote Cross-University Collaboration
DELTA supports a variety of interest groups with a focus on Mediasite, instructional design and virtual reality. These groups meet to discuss the goals and challenges of utilizing new technology in the classroom.
A Work in Progress: Course Redesign for CE 332
In the Civil Engineering Materials of Construction (CE 332) course, a team of DELTA staff members are working with Dr. Cassie Castorena and Dr. Rudi Seracino on a Critical Path Course Redesign Grant, a required course for students in the major to complete.
February 2017 IDIG Meeting
Interested in learning more about accessibility and course design? NC State's Instructional Design Interest Group (IDIG) will meet Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 3:30 p.m. in the Center for Technology and Innovation, CTI-Room 230-01, 1010 Main Campus Drive.
February IDIG Meeting Recap
IDIG, NC State’s Instructional Design Interest Group, held its monthly meeting in Poe Hall February 23 at 3:30 p.m. IDIG serves as a way for local higher education faculty and staff interested in different aspects of instructional design to meet […]
Making Education Matter: Transforming Educational Videos to Engage Students
Sarah Egan Warren, assistant director of the English department’s Professional Writing Program, struggled to convince her students that what they learned in her class mattered. These future engineers could easily see how they would benefit from strong math skills or […]