Course Quality Program Accepting Applications for Spring 2022 Programming
Applications for both the Quality Matters Essential Standards Program and the Online Course Improvement Program open October 5th! Read more about each program and apply by Friday, Nov. 5, 2021.
Choosing Technology Tools to Fit Your Pedagogical and Logistical Needs
DELTA Faculty Fellow Elaine Bohórquez discusses how she decides to choose instructional tools for her courses. She suggests how to make the best choice for your courses.
Temperature Check on Fall Semester
There is a big difference between preparing an effective online course and simply recording lectures and putting them in Moodle. We reached out to Kimberly Allen, the new associate director of academic programs in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), for some insight on how this semester is going from her conversations with students and faculty.
Summer Shorts Supports Faculty Exploring Instructional Technologies
The 2021 DELTA Summer Shorts brought local instructors together to share best practices for teaching with technology. Participating in online and in-person workshops, faculty were able to learn tips and tricks for teaching in-person, online, and hybrid courses, especially during a pandemic.
Using Digital Tools for Attendance and Contact Tracing at NC State
There are multiple ways to take attendance in a course using digital tools, but now with the need for contact tracing, there are more factors to consider. In this article, we provide several options to help you with this process with a focus on enterprise tools available here at NC State.
New and Improved: Explore the DELTA Teaching Resources Website
The DELTA Teaching Resources website has a new look and new content. Faculty will find a collection of resources written by experts to teach effectively with technology both in the classroom and online.
DELTA Grants Recipients for 2021-2022 Announced
DELTA is excited to announce 28 new and continuing DELTA Grant recipients for the 2021-2022 academic year. We look forward to collaborating with our faculty and campus partners to apply research-based best practices to promote technology-rich learning environments at NC State.
Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Michelle Bartlett
From a student of online learning to director of the first fully online Master of Education in Training and Development program, Michelle Bartlett discovers the power of reflection and collaboration during her experience as a DELTA Faculty Fellow.
DELTA Grants Training and Development Team Receive Multiple Awards
For Associate Teaching Professor Michelle Bartlett and Lead Instructional Designer Jessica White, a DELTA Grant partnership leads to two awards at the Distance Learning Administration 2021 Conference.
DELTA Announces 2021-2022 Class of Faculty Fellows
DELTA is excited to announce the 2021-2022 class of Faculty Fellows. This year, we welcome four new and five returning Faculty Fellows. DELTA looks forward to working with this group of talented faculty.