Sep 26, 2013

Campus Partners Bring Diversity to DELTA Workshops & Seminars

This semester, DELTA has once again partnered with NC State faculty and staff members from several departments to provide a diverse selection of free workshops and seminars. These campus partners will share their expertise and experience on a variety of topics related to teaching and learning with technology, including online course development, course accessibility, social media use and small group collaboration.

Mar 7, 2011

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 […]

Feb 14, 2011

April 8 Teaching and Learning Symposium

The Office of Faculty Development will be hosting its first campus-wide Teaching and Learning Symposium (TLS) on April 8, 2011. This event will celebrate exemplary teaching at North Carolina State University. Provost Warwick Arden will be presenting university teaching awards […]

Jan 18, 2011

Teaching in Large Classes

From our colleagues in the Office of Faculty Development . . . If you have been involved or plan to be involved in teaching large classes, you may be especially interested in this session led by two veteran faculty: Dr. […]

Dec 20, 2010

Teaching Strategies for Online Group Work

As an online instructor, working with groups presents a special challenge. Problems in working with online groups are not unique, and concerns about working with student groups in both face-to-face and online environments are certainly expressed to me by other faculty. While difficult to manage at times, I am a big believer in teaming students for certain assignments, because the ability to collaborate with others and the inevitable collaboration and project management experience that comes in working with multiple individuals on an assignment are skills as valuable as the other content that students will take away from my course.