DELTA Grant Helps Departmental Faculty Cross-Deliver Content
DELTA and Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management faculty worked together on a DELTA Grant to create consistent deliverables to be used across online, face-to-face and blended learning environments.
Registration Open for Block 1 Fall Workshops
Are you teaching this fall and want to get started teaching with technology? Or learn more about other instructional tools? DELTA Workshops can help. All workshops are free to faculty, staff and graduate students.
A Work in Progress: Pioneering Distributive Training in VMC 949
Explore the DELTA Blended Learning Course Grant for VMC 949 in this Work in Progress feature. A team of DELTA staff members are working to innovatively use the Moodle mobile app for competency tracking and create an onboarding training module to connect students, faculty and community-based learning sites.
DELTA Staff Put Math Professors at Ease
As Director of Instructional Innovation Services David Howard, Instructional Designer Yan Shen and AVP for Distance and Distributed Education Rebecca Swanson spoke with an audience of math professors Tuesday March 1, they were met with reservations about how to incorporate […]
2016-2017 DELTA Grants Proposal Submissions Accepted March 28-May 6
Are you a faculty member who has a great idea to engage your students with no assistance to get it done? Or are you seeking funding to develop or improve a course with the latest technologies or research-based best practices? […]
Face-to-face, Blended, or Online: The Impact of Course Delivery Method on Student Learning
Faculty members often apply for a DELTA grant seeking to improve a course using the latest technologies or research-based best practices and end up discovering that a blended or fully online course would be a great fit. When an instructor considers delivering […]
MOOCs and Online Learning: Recent Reports and Resources
As NC State and universities across the nation work to discover how best to engage with MOOCs (massive open online courses), paying attention to current trends and thinking critically about new developments remain important for moving forward in pedagogically-sound and […]
DELTA Featured in HigherEd TechDecisions
DELTA was featured in a recent article on HigherEd TechDecisions, which highlighted NC State’s unique blended learning environment as a successful example for other institutions. Dr. Tom Miller, vice provost for DELTA, explained the university’s holistic conception of distance learning […]
Welcoming Students in an Online Course
The following post was created as a way to introduce online instructors to some general best practices when beginning a course. Grounded in educational research literature, the practices and descriptions below offer an overview that will help instructors reinvigorate their […]
Quality Matters and Course Evaluation
Over the years, DELTA has helped many instructors by reviewing their courses and offering suggestions for improvements. As a next step towards ensuring the quality of online courses, DELTA has been working during the last year to define and establish […]