teaching with technology
DELTA Offers Summer Self-Paced Workshops
Want to start the fall semester with a new, more organized approach to your course? DELTA can help with a variety of asynchronous, self-paced online workshops available this summer. Take a look at the choices to discover sessions that suit your organizational needs.
Summer: Relax, Rejuvenate then Reorganize with WolfSNAPS
Invest 30 minutes to learn an online course design foundational concept! DELTA staff created several short, self-paced, fully asynchronous training sessions called WolfSNAPS for all skill levels. Each session is an actionable introduction created to be quick and flexible.
Teaching Tech Tip: Getting Organized with the Moodle Checklist
Do you want to foster student success by reducing stress and making course content more manageable? Take a look at this month’s tip on Moodle Checklists. This tool helps break down tasks into smaller ones listed on an interactive checklist. This process also helps you organize and track student engagement.
DELTA Grant Deliverables Promote Student Success in Obtaining Ph.D. Degree is Statistics
DELTA Grant produces self-paced refresher modules in the form of video tutorials and complex 2 and 3D graphics to provide a bridge into this foundational course that is required to earn a Ph.D. in statistics. The new educational tools allow students to practice their calculus skills by solving sample problems.
Accessibility Tip: Grackle Docs
Grackle is an add-on that works within the Google Suite (Docs, Sheets and Slides). It provides an automated accessibility report and guides you through fixing many accessibility errors. Grackle also provides the ability to do things the Google Docs cannot […]
Meet DELTA Faculty Fellow Miriam Ferzli
Meet Teaching Professor and DELTA Faculty Fellow Miriam Ferzli, who provides opportunities for students to develop a sense of ownership regarding their education. She wants students to learn how to ask questions, seek answers, solve problems and work within the learning community.
Teaching Tech Tip: Making Library Video Content Interactive
Wondering what’s new in PlayPosit? NC State Libraries’ Academic Video Online (Alexander Street) is integrated with PlayPosit. Instructors can add interactive elements like discussion prompts, polls, open-ended questions and more! And, the collection of videos is diverse with everything from feature-length films to training videos.
DELTA Grant Enhances Student Learning
A team of DELTA specialists worked with MEAS Associate Professors Karl Wegmann and Ethan Hyland using a DELTA Grant to enhance student learning. Read about the results of their collaborative efforts to support experimental uses of stream tables for educational and research purposes!
Brickfield: A New Moodle Accessibility Toolkit
Want to provide class material to accommodate the needs of all students? Accessibility issues can be identified and fixed on your Moodle site with Brickfield Accessibility+ Toolkit. Be proactive by future-proofing your course content to address areas needing adjustment to meet accessibility guidelines.
We’re Digging Yellowdig: New Discussion Platform!
Fostering student conversations is imperative to success in online courses. NC State offers a new tool modeled after popular social media platforms that is based on the concept that students want to talk to each other.