Inside DELTA: 5 Questions with Cathi Dunnagan
For the last 14 years, Senior Instructional Designer Cathi Dunnagan (née Phillips) has worked at DELTA and on July 1, 2022, she’s retiring. Since 2008, Dunnagan has worked with faculty and fellow DELTA staff to solve instructional challenges using technology. […]
Spice Up Your Summer with “Recipes for Teaching Success”
Registration is now open for DELTA’s Summer Shorts program “Recipes for Teaching Success” and Boot Camp: Moodle and More! You can register for individual sessions, which are available Aug. 15 - Aug. 19 between 9 - 4 p.m., in a hybrid format. These sessions focus on NC State’s innovative academic instructional technologies.
Outreach and Project Servers Get a Moodle Upgrade
Moodle 4 is up and ready for our fall academic courses, but what does that mean for our Projects and Outreach users? The Outreach and Project Moodle spaces will be upgraded on August 8.
Inside DELTA: Five Questions with Stephen Waddell
Immersive Multimedia Developer Stephen Waddell joined DELTA about two and a half years ago, first as a part-time media developer, and now as a full-time immersive media developer on the new media team.
Creating Interdisciplinary Solutions
With NC State’s Think and Do spirit, Wicked Problems, Wolfpack Solutions encourages students to think about current and future problems interdisciplinarily even before they arrive on campus. The free online course helps connect students to the greater NC State community, while bringing together diverse perspectives and disciplines on a common problem.
Step It up With Summer Workshops
DELTA is offering Summer Workshops for faculty, staff and graduate students who want to improve their knowledge of NC State’s instructional tools and better use them to suit their classroom needs. These free workshops will explore topics such as the new Moodle 4 update, Panopto and Gradescope.
Inside DELTA: 5 Questions with Brian Dyer
A new Inside DELTA highlighting the life of DELTA staff in their day-to-day work and life outside of work. Brian Dyer is the Media Applications Testing Lead at DELTA who loves the outdoors just as much as he loves technology.
Spring Cleaning Part 2: Deep Clean Your Course
Interested in organizing your course material for the fall semester? There are many ways to do so with templates such as Quick Start Course Shell or creating module overviews and this article highlights several additional options. Implementing just one of these methods will make your course more accessible and sleek for fall.
MMA Director Embraces Think and Do in the Virtual Classroom
Rishika Rishika, associate professor of marketing and the director of the MMA program, applies Think and Do to marketing analytics and encourages her students to think outside the box.
Keeping Students Engaged in Asynchronous Lectures
What makes the learning active or passive is not the modality (Zoom vs. pre-recorded videos vs. text-based lessons), but the structure of the lesson the instructor creates. Faculty Fellow Claire Gordy share tips for keeping students engaged.