WolfWare News: August 2020
The latest WolfWare News compiled to help you make effective use of WolfWare for your fall courses. Check out support articles, on-demand resources, WolfWare training and the most recent updates to Moodle.
Faculty Continue Course Quality Achievements
Join us in congratulating Lisa Falk, Edwin Lindsay, Dmitri Mitin, and Justin Post for earning certification from Quality Matters!
A new online course — “Wicked Problems, Wolfpack Solutions” — gives incoming first-year students an extraordinary opportunity to learn and connect.
Perk Up Your Course Announcements: 5 Tips for Enhancing the Faculty-Student Connection
Weekly announcements from a course instructor help establish a faculty-student connection, which leads to gains in student understanding and the overall online course experience. We're sharing some tips to make announcements in your online course with the Moodle Announcements Forum.
Hybrid Teaching at NC State
Learn more about hybrid teaching and its benefits. This article provides resources and helpful tips on how to design, develop and facilitate a hybrid course.
Dig Deeper with DELTA Teaching Resources: A New Website for Faculty
The new DELTA Teaching Resources website provides NC State faculty and instructors with a collection of resources to teach effectively with technology both in the classroom and online.
Horticulture’s Sherk Shows Resilience, Adaptability
Julieta Sherk, a professor in the Department of Horticultural Science, has found being adaptable and innovative is key to evolving as an educator.
Inside DELTA: 5 Questions with Lakendrell “LA” Albritton
A new Inside DELTA highlighting the life of DELTA staff in their day-to-day work routines and life outside of work. Lakendrell "LA" Albritton is a classroom support technician. With a background in media, he supports the Wolfpack by capturing and sharing the classroom experience.
From DELTA Grants to the National Science Foundation: STEM BUILD Continues to Grow
Previous DELTA Grant recipients Melissa Ramirez and Claire Gordy have received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to continue the development of STEM BUILD, a project to enhance Universal Design for Learning and improve learning outcomes in STEM courses for all students.
Educational Technology Services Makes Updates in Fiscal Year 2019-2020
Educational Technology Services supports NC State faculty, staff and students by developing and maintaining high-quality learning technologies. We spoke with ETS Director Jeff Webster to discuss how the department adapted and excelled with the changes of fiscal year 2019-2020.