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What is the Teaching Resources Website?

Exterior photos of the James B. Hunt Library on Centennial Campus. Photo by Marc Hall

The Teaching Resources site is a robust repository created by DELTA instructional designers and instructional technologists. This site, developed during the pandemic for those who needed quick support for teaching online, continues to house articles about teaching with technology, and specifically how NC State faculty can utilize enterprise technologies in a pedagogically sound way.

The Teaching Resources home page menu.
The Teaching Resources home page menu.

Below are a few summaries of recently published articles:

  • Do you teach multiple sections of large classes? One of the most-asked questions we receive at DELTA is “How can I implement these online learning technologies into my large course?” Large Course Assignment and Assessment Ideas answers this question. This article includes alternative assignment suggestions, strategic course design tips, ideas to reduce the grading burden and ways to implement formative interactivity through PlayPosit, Panopto and Top Hat.
  • Have you ever wondered how to make your course more accessible? With just a few changes, it can be done and Common Accessibility Issues in Online Courses, and How to Fix Them explains how. From Microsoft Word, Google and Moodle tips to color contrast recommendations, this article clearly explains practical solutions.
  • Do students ever email you asking where assignments are located in your course? If so, you may need to give your course a refresh when it comes to organization. Tips for Organizing Your Moodle Course discusses labels, block types and suggestions for clearing out visual clutter.

You may be wondering which articles are the most popular on the Teaching Resources site based on Google Analytics. The articles with the most frequent views include: