New Cohort of Faculty Set to Apply Quality Matters
After a successful pilot phase in spring 2018, the Online Course Improvement Program is gearing up for a new cohort of faculty who will work to make improvements to their online courses to meet the nationally recognized standards of the Quality Matters organization.
DELTA Welcomes New Class of Faculty Fellows
DELTA is excited to welcome four new Faculty Fellows for the 2018-2019 cycle. James McConnell, Justin Post, Melissa Ramirez and Stacy Supak will partner with DELTA to share teaching with technology best practices through a variety of activities. The four new Fellows will join Angie Smith who is continuing her grant through summer 2019.
Bartlett Receives Award for Online Innovation
Teaching Assistant Professor Michelle Bartlett received the Wagner Innovation Award at the 2018 Distance Learning Administration conference in June. Bartlett’s leadership and innovative solutions as the director of the online Training and Development master’s and certificate programs landed her this award.
DELTA Testing Services to Hold Fall 2018 Faculty Discussion
DELTA Testing Services is hosting two Fall 2018 Faculty Discussions to help faculty, staff and instructors familiarize themselves with our services. Both sessions will be held on Main Campus in Talley Student Union.
Faculty Fellows Recognized at Summer Shorts
Amanda Edwards and Michael Kanters were honored with certificates of appreciation at Summer Shorts, marking the completion of their outstanding service as Faculty Fellows from 2016-2018. Our dedicated group of Faculty Fellows are passionate about educational technology and sharing their experiences with others.
DELTA Announces 2018-2019 Grant Recipients
DELTA awarded more than $240,000 in new and continuing DELTA Grants to 29 recipients across the university including eight academic colleges and the Division of Academic and Student Affairs. DELTA Grants apply innovative pedagogy, instructional technology and course design to solve instructional challenges.
Cultural Competency Module Receives Campus Technology Impact Award
The First Impressions virtual reality module received a 2018 Campus Technology Impact Award in the teaching and learning category. Developed in partnership with the Global Training Initiative, the experience allows students to dive into the minds of a global project team.
Registration Open for DELTA Fall Workshops
Interested in integrating technology into your in-person or online class? Join us for our first round of DELTA workshops and get started using technology in your classroom today! All classes are free and open to faculty, staff and graduate teaching assistants.
Top Hat Gains Traction at NC State
It’s been one year since NC State acquired a campus license for Top Hat, allowing faculty and students to use it at no cost. We caught up with a few instructors to hear their stories of successfully implementing Top Hat and how the use of this interactive classroom tool is benefiting their teaching as well as student learning.
A Work in Progress: Streamlining Feed Mill Studies
A team of DELTA staff members are working with Adam Fahrenholz and Marissa Herchler on a blended learning grant to enhance the student learning experience in Feed Manufacturing Technology. The team is exploring Matterport to create a virtual tour of NC State’s teaching mill and updating a main assignment.