Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Lina Battestilli
Teaching Associate Professor Lina Battestilli shares her experiences throughout the DELTA Faculty Fellows program. Her compassion toward students has been a driving factor in improving teaching and learning practices across NC State's campus.
DELTA has a new training opportunity starting in July –– WolfSNAPS: Short Nimble Asynchronous Pedagogy Series. This series of seven quick trainings is designed to provide instructors with information, templates and resources to help you incorporate best practices in online or hybrid course design.
Register for Summer Shorts 2021
Registration is open for Summer Shorts! This year’s program will be hosted August 5 through August 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. both virtually and in-person. We hope to see you there!
Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Elaine Bohórquez
Teaching Associate Professor Elaine Bohórquez is dedicated to enhancing her courses to improve student learning outcomes. As a DELTA Faculty Fellow, she has spent her time spreading her knowledge of instructional technologies to help other instructors.
Pandemic Pearls of Wisdom: Online Teaching Takeaways from the 2020-21 Academic Year
NC State faculty reflect on their teaching experiences during the pandemic. What new pearls of wisdom will they carry forward in their teaching as we enter a “new normal” in the next academic year? What valuable lessons did they learn, and how did their perspectives on teaching change?
DELTA-Con Set for May 13, Register Now
DELTA-Con, now in its fifth year, is NC State’s annual unconference bringing together faculty, staff and graduate students from across local higher ed institutions. Join us May 13 for the discussion-based event to share your insights, network with peers and discover the latest in academic technology and innovation.
How to Create Quality Final Assessments Online
As many NC State faculty start to prepare for remote final exams, we caught up with DELTA's assessment experts to share strategies that give students the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge online with integrity and creativity.
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!
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.