Online Statistics Graduate Correlates Academic and Professional Success
Chelsea Ross's December commencement marks the completion of her Master of Statistics degree from NC State Online. She has directly applied her coursework to her position as a full-time data scientist, enhancing success in both areas.
WolfWare News: January 2020
Check out our latest WolfWare News to learn more about the recent updates to our learning technologies to help you make the most effective use of WolfWare tools in your courses. Reserve space for your Spring courses now.
A Passion for Students Led Online Graduate to Pursue Her Degree
Brandy Arellano's five years as an online Master in Counselor Education student is coming to an end, but the impact of her time at NC State is already proving to last. Learn more about Brandy's online journey while working full time.
Online Undergraduate Degree-Completion Graduate Leverages Flexibility Around His Full-Time Work
Originally from Long Beach, Calif., Sean Guerrero chose to enroll in the Leadership in the Public Sector online degree-completion program since it allowed him the flexibility he needed while traveling for his full-time job.
An Online Graduate’s Story of Applying Knowledge to Industry
Lonny Carter, a product manager at Bob Barker Company, will graduate this December with a Master of Textiles degree completed entirely online at NC State. The skills and knowledge she's gained from the program have already begun making an impact in her career.
Highlights from the First MoodleMoot Global Event
WolfWare Coordinator Marty Dulberg presented at the MoodleMoot Global and attended the Open EdTech conference both held the week of Nov. 18 in Barcelona, Spain. Dulberg gathered key takeaways from the conferences as well as a few insights into the future of open educational technology.
Enhance Your Teaching with Tech: DELTA Spring Workshops Open
Register now for DELTA Spring Workshops! Our workshops focus on providing instructors with the tools, skills and knowledge to effectively use NC State learning technologies to impact student success.
Seeking Applications for DELTA’s Course Quality Program
The Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP) and the Quality Matters Essentials Standards Program (QMESP) are two professional development opportunities for faculty to improve their online or blended courses based on Quality Matters standards. Apply by Nov. 8.
Student Services Block Available in Moodle
DELTA is excited to announce the release of a Student Services block in Moodle. In support of student success, we encourage you to add this block to all of your Moodle courses. The block provides links to student resources and services that are specific to NC State’s online and distance education students.
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.