Friday Live Webinar Series: Discussions on Teaching with Tech
Join us for Friday Live, DELTA’s webinar series focused on teaching with technology. All discussions are led by NC State faculty and delivered online in Zoom from 12-1 p.m. With a different topic each week, you’ll have an opportunity to add new resources to your teaching with technology toolkit and share a few of your own tips and tricks with other instructors.
New Cohort of Faculty Dedicated to Online Course Improvement
A new Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP) faculty cohort will work to make improvements to their online courses to meet the nationally recognized standards of the Quality Matters organization. In its fourth cohort, OCIP is a testament to NC State’s commitment to providing quality teaching and learning.
Welcome to a New Academic Year: Leveraging Technology for a Successful Semester
As you prepare for the start of the fall 2019 semester, are you thinking about how using technology in your teaching endeavors can help with student success? Check out all DELTA has to offer to help you make the most of technology in your courses.
Vote for NC State DELTA’s SXSW EDU Proposals
Help us represent NC State and bring our innovative ideas in emerging technologies to South by Southwest Education Conference and Festival (SXSW EDU) by upvoting our PanelPicker® proposals now through Aug. 23. Check out this article for step-by-step instructions on how to vote.
Increasing Universal Design for Learning: Perspective from a Faculty Fellow
Teaching Assistant Professor and DELTA Faculty Fellow Melissa Ramirez shares how her early educational experiences paved the way for her teaching philosophy today. She outlines three steps to help instructors increase Universal Design for Learning in their courses.
New Round of Quality Matters-Certified Courses
Congratulations to our second group of faculty for confirming their commitment to online course quality. In one short year, NC State has added 12 Quality Matters-certified courses to its curriculum through the Online Course Improvement Program.
Submit a Proposal for Summer Shorts 2019
Want to share your innovative online teaching strategies? Submit a session proposal for DELTA’s Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies for our face-to-face (Aug. 12) and/or online (Aug. 13) days! Proposals are due by May 31. Check out this article for an overview of this year's Summer Shorts schedule.
What’s New in Moodle 3.6?
To stay updated with Moodle, check out the recent changes in Moodle 3.6 for courses starting Summer of 2019 and beyond. While most of the functionality is the same, there are a number of changes implemented in order to improve the user experience. Attend our What’s New in Moodle workshop if you’d like to see the changes in action.
DELTA-Con Set for May 3, Register Now
Our annual unconference is now a standalone event held May 3. Engage with your higher ed colleagues in this discussion-driven day where participants determine the agenda. DELTA-Con is a place to connect, share and inspire. Slots are filling fast, secure your spot now!
DELTA Outlines Results from All Faculty Survey
What happens to all of those surveys you fill out? Here at DELTA, our Planning and Assessment team uses faculty’s valuable feedback to build awareness and continue to improve our communication, support and services.