Teaching (and Learning) Through Technology
NC State’s DELTA Grants program empowers faculty to revolutionize classroom and online instruction. Learn how a team of DELTA staff worked with Deb Littlejohn to transform her graphic design theory course using immersive media. Submit a DELTA Grants proposal starting April 8 through May 17. Attend an info session or group consultation to help prepare your proposal.
DELTA Seeks New Online Course Improvement Program Cohort for Fall 2019
DELTA’s Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP) is a rigorous professional development program based on Quality Matters that requires a significant time commitment from August - December 2019. Complete your application by Friday, April 19.
Confirming Commitment to Online Course Quality through Quality Matters
The Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP) has 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. Meet the new group of dedicated faculty members committed to providing quality online teaching and learning.
Inclement Weather Disrupts Testing: Q+A with Tom Miller
In December, snow caused a disruption to the start of fall semester final exams. After the university reopened, DELTA test centers struggled to keep up with demand from test-takers. Senior Vice Provost Tom Miller discusses how students were impacted and the steps taken to improve the process at the test centers, including implementing appointment-only testing this semester.
Using Technology to Support Your Teaching: DELTA is Here to Help
As you prepare for the start of the spring 2019 semester, are you thinking about how using technology in your teaching endeavors can help with student success? DELTA is here to help you leverage technology to support teaching in both face-to-face and online course environments.
Doctor of Design Student Aims to Design a Sustainable Food System
Mike Ortosky is pursuing his online Doctor of Design degree at NC State Design with the intention of reimagining a sustainable food system to benefit the health of the environment, economy, and North Carolina communities and beyond.
First in Quality Matters at NC State
Seven faculty members recently became the first at NC State to have online courses certified by the nationally recognized Quality Matters organization. This prestigious achievement proves NC State’s commitment to quality online teaching and learning and the success of every student.
Appointment-Only Testing Begins at DELTA Spring 2019
Beginning spring 2019, all testing at the DELTA Test Centers will be by appointment only. Faculty who use DELTA Testing Services should update their syllabus statement to alert students of the change. As a reminder, student study space is no longer available at the Centennial Campus Test Center.
DELTA Testing Services Alerts Faculty to Changes at the Centennial Campus Test Center
If you are a user of the Centennial Campus Test Center, please be advised of recent changes. Due to an increased demand for testing services, there is no longer study space available in the Centennial Campus Test Center located in Venture IV. We encourage faculty to remind students to complete their studying elsewhere prior to arriving for their test.
Launching the Doctor of Design Program: A Collaborative Journey
In collaboration with DELTA, the NC State College of Design launched the only online Doctor of Design program in the country. This flexibility is intended to converge technology, innovation, and academic rigor to create an effective program with a focus design investigation. Learn about the making of this program.