Interest Groups Promote Cross-University Collaboration
DELTA supports a variety of interest groups with a focus on Mediasite, instructional design and virtual reality. These groups meet to discuss the goals and challenges of utilizing new technology in the classroom.
Creative Director Mike Cuales Receives NC State University Award for Excellence
Creative Director of DELTA’s New Media Development Mike Cuales was honored with the NC State University Awards for Excellence at the recognition ceremony June 7 at Talley Student Union. The award is the most prestigious honor bestowed upon non-faculty employees.
A Work in Progress: Virtual Field Trips for BIO 181
A team of DELTA staff and Biology faculty Miriam Ferzli, Lisa Paciulli and Betty Black are working to immerse students in field-based experiences where they find and observe organisms in their natural habitats as part of Introductory Biology: Ecology, Evolution and Biodiversity (BIO 181).
Creative Director Mike Cuales Selected for 2017 Provost’s Award of Excellence
Mike Cuales, Creative Director, New Media Development, was nominated as DELTA's EHRA Award of Excellence recipient. Cuales, along with recipients from other units reporting to the Provost, were recognized in a ceremony held in Talley Student Union on Monday, April 24.
Inside DELTA: 5 Questions with Arthur Earnest
A new monthly feature will unveil the life of DELTA staff in their day-to-day work routines and their interests outside of the workplace. This month's feature is Arthur Earnest, a video producer who began at DELTA in 2008, an NC State alumnus who graduated with a degree in sociology and a minor in film studies.
DELTA Team to Present VR Workshop at SXSWedu
DELTA’s own Cathi Dunnagan, Mike Cuales and Bethanne Tobey will facilitate a workshop. Combining their expertise and background knowledge in instructional design, media production and teaching, the trio will inform others on virtual reality (VR) through Design Your Own VR Experience for EDU.
East Coast Games Conference VR Village 2016
Educators, researchers and design teams continue to look for innovative solutions to better support lab-based and field-based instruction in online learning environments. The emergence of interactive 360º video capture and virtual reality technologies (i.e. Google Cardboard) have provided new approaches for delivering instruction.
360º Video, Virtual Reality Presentation Highlights Edu Applications
Educators, researchers and design teams continue to look for innovative solutions for online learning environments to better support lab-based and field-based instruction. The emergence of “affordable” interactive 360º spherical video, virtual reality (VR) technologies and production processes has given way […]
East Coast Game Conference 2015
A number of DELToids attended this year’s East Coast Game Conference and captured their thoughts and impressions of the different sessions, speakers, and tech! Cathi Dunnagan “I need a weapon!” I shouted out loud as my first immersive experience built […]
East Coast Game Conference 2014 Presentation
Late last month marked the sixth year of the East Coast Game Conference (ECGC), where game developers gather to share ideas, explore the latest trends in the industry, and otherwise blow each other up (virtually) in increasingly creative ways. While […]