Apply to the Course Quality Program for Fall 2021
The Course Quality Program at NC State will begin accepting applications for fall 2021 on April 1. Submit your application by May 21 at 5 p.m. Review the available opportunities and find which program is right for you!
Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Julianne Treme
Julianne Treme is a teaching associate professor in the Agricultural and Resource Economics department at NC State. As a DELTA Faculty Fellow, she is using her knowledge of learning technologies to help students and faculty find success in an online learning environment.
Leigh Shamblin Champions Online Course Quality
Poole College of Management’s Leigh Shamblin serves as an official Quality Matters Peer Reviewer — lending her expertise in online course quality to faculty in her department and across NC State.
Online Course Improvement Program Sees Continued Success
The newest cohort of NC State faculty members in the Online Course Improvement Program is proving their commitment to high-quality online course design. The program’s seventh cohort features faculty from four colleges/units — all with unique focuses and goals.
Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Christine Cranford
As a senior lecturer in NC State's English Department, Christine Cranford helps give students the skills they need to write in a business setting. She works with DELTA as a Faculty Fellow to give NC State students the best online learning experience possible.
Faculty Perspective: QM Essential Standards Program Leads to Student Engagement
Participating in QMESP leads to a well-designed course built to engage students. Learn how Professor of Accounting Eileen Taylor incorporated the QM Essential Standards to improve her course.
Course Quality Program Applications Open for Spring 2021
The Course Quality Program at NC State is accepting applications for spring 2021. Submit your application by Nov. 13 at 5 p.m. New this year is a pilot program for the Teaching Online Certificate in addition to Quality Matters Essential Standards Program and the Online Course Improvement Program.
Bethanne Tobey Earns Quality Matters Award
Assistant Director of Course Quality Bethanne Tobey earned the Quality Matters Making a Difference for Students: Outstanding Impact by an Individual in Higher Education Award for her significant contributions to students’ success and experience.
New OCIP Cohort Raises the Bar for Online Education
In a time when online course quality is critical, this group of faculty is dedicating their time and efforts to making improvements to their courses to earn official Quality Matters (QM) certification.
Faculty Continue Course Quality Achievements
Join us in congratulating Lisa Falk, Edwin Lindsay, Dmitri Mitin, and Justin Post for earning certification from Quality Matters!