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Author: Helen Velk

The exterior of the DH Hill Jr. Library on main campus. Photo by Marc Hall

Mar 24, 2024

April IDIG In-Person Visit to Rubin Visualization Gallery at D.H. Hill Jr. Library

Research Librarian for Business, Education and Immersive Pedagogy Shaun Bennett will showcase this gallery’s 360-degree projection capabilities which have made an incredible impact on use cases across disciplines. 

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Feb 29, 2024

March IDIG Online Session

Join Teaching Associate Sarah Khan and others to discuss how the indispensable AI tool is used in higher education. Share your experiences while you learn from colleagues. 

Feb 29, 2024

DELTA Offers Asynchronous Workshops

DELTA offers a variety of workshop options with you in mind! Our asynchronous offerings are designed to provide training on a variety of topics including NC State's instructional tools. 

Senior Lecturer Caitlin Stuckey and Associate Teaching Professors Carlos Goller, Tamara Pandolfo, Nicola Singletary and Megan Lupek shared their experiences with the Quality Matters program at the 2024 UNC System Quality Matters Council Annual Summit.

Feb 26, 2024

NC State Instructors and DELTA Staff Share Expertise at Quality Matters Summit

Explore the research of your NC State colleagues at this conference emphasizing best practices in quality course design for student success. 

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Jan 29, 2024

IDIG Online Session

Join Professor Huiling Ding for an online discussion on how universities are relying on anecdotal and survey data to drive their urgent decisions in a technologically disrupted and quickly evolving labor market and how we can use real-time labor market information analytics to improve recruiting and curriculum development hosted by the Instructional Design Interest Group (IDIG).… 

April Fogelman and Nicola Singletary presenting on their DELTA Grant.

Jan 26, 2024

Research Publication: Show What You Know

DELTA Grants help faculty solve instructional challenges, often in ways that are innovative and unique. Sharing the process, results, and lessons learned through presentations and publications can be a great way to increase the visibility of this work in professional communities. Publishing results is an important, but time-consuming, task for those in academia. Your DELTA… 

The copper wolves at Wolf Plaza near Talley on main campus. Photo by Marc Hall

Jan 26, 2024

2024 Spring DELTA Express Grants Recipients Announced

DELTA is pleased to announce a total of 15 Express Grants were awarded for the spring semester. Stretching across six colleges, there were seven Instructional Tools grants, five Course Mapping grants and three Course Accessibility grants. DELTA Express Grants differ from DELTA Grants in that they are shorter and more directed toward course improvement which… 

Students in Talley Hall.

Oct 16, 2023

Thankful for Progress Reports

Looking for a way to open communication channels with students while fostering success? Consider sending progress reports — DELTA streamlines the process with guidance on the use of instructional tools. 

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Sep 28, 2023

DELTA Express Grants Fall 2023 Recipients

DELTA has awarded a total of sixteen Express Grants stretching across seven colleges. DELTA Express Grants are targeted toward specific course improvements throughout the semester. 

A few members of the Course Quality faculty cohort at a recent meeting.

Sep 26, 2023

Course Quality Faculty Mentoring: A Symbiotic Relationship

As the saying goes — It takes a village! Did you know that there are faculty mentors available to guide you through the Course Quality program? You don’t have to do it alone!