Internal Training Service Creates New Opportunities
WolfWare Internal Training and Development launched in 2017 to support departments, faculty and staff in developing and maintaining online, non-credit, no-fee courses and trainings using a project space in WolfWare. In FY 18-19, the team worked with 11 departments and divisions on campus to create a variety of trainings, courses and projects.
WolfWare News: March 2019
Learn more about the latest updates to our learning technologies to make the most effective use of WolfWare tools in your courses. Check out the new tools including Moodle 3.6 changes and enhancements and WolfWare Google Groups which will be available for Summer 2019 courses and beyond. You can also start creating your summer or fall Moodle course now.
Who’s Behind WolfWare? Governance Structure Creates Transparency, Efficiency
WolfWare is a big part of the NC State community and it takes active participation and collaboration from faculty and DELTA staff to keep our academic learning technologies relevant and efficient to positively impact student success.
Moodle Feature Allows Student Access Beyond Semester Dates
NC State instructors can now allow specific students to access their Moodle courses outside of the normal semester availability dates by requesting a special role for the student called "Extended Access." This role can be used to resolve incomplete grades.
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.
WolfWare News: December 2018
WolfWare News will give faculty, staff and teaching graduate students tips and information relating to NC State's learning management systems, workshops and other support services. Check it out!
WolfWare Outreach Impacts Food Safety
WolfWare Outreach provides opportunities to offer non-credit, fee-based, online courses on your own schedule. Learn how Assistant Professor Clint Stevenson and team transitioned for-credit academic courses in food safety into a functional outreach program serving industry professionals and beyond.
DELTA Prepares to Redesign WolfWare for Usability
As part of DELTA’s strategic goals, we strive to leverage learning technologies to increase student success as well as to increase collaboration and transparency with our services. In the 2017-2018 fiscal year, DELTA worked on a usability and redesign project for WolfWare to enhance the learning management system used campus-wide.
Registration Open for Summer Shorts
Join us Aug. 13-17 for DELTA’s annual Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies featuring a brand new pre-conference WolfWare Bootcamp in addition to general conference sessions on innovative instruction, teaching online and student engagement followed by the second-annual DELTA-Con.
What’s New in Moodle 3.4?
To stay updated with Moodle, check out the recent changes in version 3.4. DELTA is upgrading to the new version for courses starting Summer 2018. While most of the functionality is the same, there are a number of changes, new plugins added, and feature requests implemented in order to improve the user experience