Increasing Universal Design for Learning: Perspective from a Faculty Fellow
Teaching Assistant Professor and DELTA Faculty Fellow Melissa Ramirez shares how her early educational experiences paved the way for her teaching philosophy today. She outlines three steps to help instructors increase Universal Design for Learning in their courses.
MEA 140 Makes Waves Online
An Online and Distance Education DELTA Grant is bringing MEA 140: Catastrophic Earth online for the first time. See how we are collaborating with faculty to enhance this course with media deliverables, interactive content and more.
DELTA Grants Make a Difference: Redesigning Critical Computer Science Courses
Is your large enrollment or critical path course in need of a redesign? We have a solution. Critical Path Course Redesign grants are available to transform the learning experience. See how we’ve redesigned a series of courses in the Department of Computer Science to impact student success.
DELTA-Con Set for May 3, Register Now
Our annual unconference is now a standalone event held May 3. Engage with your higher ed colleagues in this discussion-driven day where participants determine the agenda. DELTA-Con is a place to connect, share and inspire. Slots are filling fast, secure your spot now!
Confirming Commitment to Online Course Quality through Quality Matters
The Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP) has a new cohort of faculty who will work to make improvements to their online courses to meet the nationally recognized standards of the Quality Matters organization. Meet the new group of dedicated faculty members committed to providing quality online teaching and learning.
Using Technology to Support Your Teaching: DELTA is Here to Help
As you prepare for the start of the spring 2019 semester, are you thinking about how using technology in your teaching endeavors can help with student success? DELTA is here to help you leverage technology to support teaching in both face-to-face and online course environments.
Registration Open for DELTA Spring Workshops
DELTA workshops can help you transform your course by effectively integrating the various academic technologies available to you. All workshops are open to faculty, staff and graduate students. Starting in March, we'll host a weekly webinar focused on exploring topics related to teaching with technology.
First in Quality Matters at NC State
Seven faculty members recently became the first at NC State to have online courses certified by the nationally recognized Quality Matters organization. This prestigious achievement proves NC State’s commitment to quality online teaching and learning and the success of every student.
Faculty Fellow Stacy Supak Enhances Online Learning Experience
As a DELTA Faculty Fellow, Stacy Supak will investigate how experiences in online courses influence student success. She specializes in online learning and teaches half of the credit hours at the Center for Geospatial Analytics.
Registration Open for DELTA Fall Workshops
Interested in integrating technology into your in-person or online class? Join us for our first round of DELTA workshops and get started using technology in your classroom today! All classes are free and open to faculty, staff and graduate teaching assistants.