WolfWare Outreach Brings Science Home
The Science House works to bring STEM enrichment programs into the lives of K-12 students from historically underserved or underrepresented backgrounds across North Carolina. Now, WolfWare Outreach is helping them bring science home.
WolfWare Outreach Grows to Support Learning Opportunities during COVID-19
As the pandemic forces campus partners to pivot to non-credit, fee-based courses online, WolfWare Outreach has grown to meet their needs. From food safety to beekeeping, WolfWare Outreach is helping to support professional development and continuing education in a virtual world.
Natural Learning Initiative Takes Education Outdoors with WolfWare Outreach
The Natural Learning Initiative offers two asynchronous certificate programs for professional development in WolfWare Outreach. The certificate programs are tailored to early childhood and landscape design professionals who want to improve children's outdoor learning environments.
New WolfWare Outreach Revenue and Pricing Estimator
WolfWare Outreach added a new calculating tool for prospective and current participants to estimate pricing and revenue. This tool can help instructors estimate the number of participants and the course fee needed to cover costs or generate the desired revenue.
WolfWare Outreach Impacts Food Safety
WolfWare Outreach provides opportunities to offer non-credit, fee-based, online courses on your own schedule. Learn how Assistant Professor Clint Stevenson and team transitioned for-credit academic courses in food safety into a functional outreach program serving industry professionals and beyond.
WolfWare Outreach Offers a Variety of Non-Credit Opportunities
Wondering just how programs, organizations, departments and instructors from across the university are using WolfWare Outreach? We explore three types of WolfWare Outreach offerings from the Department of Horticultural Sciences, the Intensive English Program, and Industry Expansion Solutions.
WolfWare Outreach Grows
Did you know that NC State offers the only online non-credit insect rearing course in the world? The university and DELTA have been assisting in the outreach of similarly unique programs and other non-credit courses throughout the past year via […]
WolfWare Outreach Project
If you are interested or know someone who is interested, in exploring opportunities to move into non-credit, fee-based online course offerings through the WolfWare Outreach Project, contact Kay Zimmerman at DELTA. Read about NC State’s non-credit Moodle Server from DELTA’s 2014-15 Annual Report