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WolfWare News: Spring 2024

Here’s your latest WolfWare News — provided to help you make effective use of WolfWare this semester!

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Important Dates

  • January 2: DELTA’s LearnTech Help Desk reopens after the winter break (8:00 am)
  • January 4: DELTA’s Moodle Boot Camp
  • January 8: First day of spring classes


  • DELTA’s Knowledge Base has been dramatically expanded to provide faculty with answers to most common questions (and quite a few uncommon ones). We currently maintain over 200 articles with tips, tricks and how to’s to give you the answer when you need it!  
  • A friendly reminder that the DELTA Syllabus Tool is being retired and no longer supports creating new syllabi. If you have content in the system, download any files you want in order to preserve existing syllabi before the tool is fully retired on July 1, 2024. For more information and technical support, please read the DELTA Syllabus Tool Retirement knowledge article.

New WolfWare Tools 

Several new tools are available to you! Explore the resources below and reach out to DELTA’s LearnTech Help Desk with any questions ( We are here to help. 

  • VoiceThread: An interactive multimedia tool useful for interactive lecture recordings, student presentations and class discussions.
  • PeerWork: An assignment activity to allow group members to evaluate the contributions of their peers.
  • GradeMe: A Moodle block that allows you to quickly access assignments that have been submitted but not graded.

WolfWare Resources

Here is a curated collection of articles to get you up and running with WolfWare.

  1. Requesting a WolfWare Space and Activating Tools
  2. Combining Multiple Class Rosters Into a Single Shared WolfWare Space
    • If you are teaching multiple sections of a course and want to have all of your students participate in a single WolfWare space, read this KBA before you request your spaces to streamline the process.
  3. Creating a Moodle Space for a Class
    • If you are creating your course from scratch, consider using the Quick Start Course Shell to begin with a structured course layout that uses consistent elements to help students navigate your course.
  4. Adding or Removing People in a Moodle Course
    • You might need to add a TA or support staff to your course, and this article will lead you through the process
  5. Making a Moodle Course Available to Students
    • Courses open automatically to students on the first official day of classes. Instructors can change the date to open their courses sooner or later. 

Additional Resources

On-Demand Resources: DELTA maintains a searchable knowledge base of articles on WolfWare and learning technologies. Our YouTube channel is also an excellent 24/7 resource. Be sure to subscribe for updates because new content is regularly added to the channel.

WolfWare Training: DELTA hosts workshops for instructors, including training on using WolfWare tools. Check out our schedule, and secure your spot as classes can fill up quickly. You can also review our inventory of recorded workshops.

Feature Requests and General Feedback: We welcome your input to make our WolfWare technologies as useful as possible to your teaching. To provide feedback and to submit (or view) feature requests, go to and select “Send Feedback” at the bottom of the page.

Thank you for your interest! If you need assistance, contact DELTA’s LearnTech Help Desk by emailing learntech@ncsu.