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Author: Ms Kerri Brown Parker

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Apr 25, 2024

Finish Strong: Reflecting and Planning Ahead

As the semester draws to a close, it’s the perfect opportunity to reflect on the effectiveness of your courses and start planning improvements for future semesters. Use this checklist to guide reflection on critical components of course design and find resources to help you make revisions.  We also invite you to join us for lunch… 

LEARNING COMMUNITY Al IN TEACHING AND LEARNING Join a group of faculty and staff formed to open communication channels and provide collaboration opportunities around generative Al and its uses in digital teaching and learning.

Apr 25, 2024

New Learning Community: AI in Teaching and Learning

Wondering how to use generative AI in digital teaching and learning? Join your colleagues to exchange tips and tricks on incorporating this new technology into your course content. 

LEARNING COMMUNITY UNGRADING IMPLEMENTATION Join a group of faculty and staff formed to open communication channels and provide collaboration opportunities around how to implement ungrading in courses.

Apr 25, 2024

DELTA and Office for Faculty Excellence Announcement: New Ungrading Implementation Learning Community

Curious about ungrading strategies and techniques? We invite you to join this new group of faculty and staff formed to open communication channels and provide collaboration opportunities around how to implement ungrading in courses. 

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Apr 25, 2024

Choosing an Accessible Font

Did you know that the most accessible typefaces are Tahoma, Calibri, Helvetica, Arial, Verdana, and Times New Roman? If you prefer to use other fonts and want to ensure they are readable to all students, this tip is for you! 

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Mar 27, 2024

What’s New in Moodle: Part Two

The updates and enhancements to Moodle for the 2024-2025 academic year continue! You can now request a WolfWare space and activate Moodle for summer and fall 2024 courses. Moodle projects will update to the latest version in early May 2024. 

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Feb 29, 2024

New Digital Accessibility Guide from DELTA

Check out DELTA’s newly published Digital Accessibility Guide to get help with making your images, text, audio, video, tables and organization/navigation more accessible. The guide also gives information on available accessibility checkers for Microsoft, Google and Moodle. Use it in combination with DELTA’s Online Course Usability and Accessibility Checklist to start making your digital materials… 

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Feb 28, 2024

What’s New in Moodle: Part One

Wondering what enhancements will be available in Moodle for Summer 2024? Check out some of the updates featured this month and learn about DELTA workshops and resources that guide you through these new options. 


Dec 20, 2023

Leverage AI to Complement Your Teaching

Looking for a few quick tips on using AI to enhance your teaching? Think of AI as your teaching assistant and brainstorming partner — ease into using it as just another tool in your teaching. 

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Dec 20, 2023

Registration Now Open: Women in Technology Interest Group AI Panel

Engage with leading thinkers about how AI is reshaping the landscapes of education, work and research. Widely accessible generative AI platforms allows instructors to find new ways to integrate technologies into classrooms, influences career prospects and has fascinating research potential. Registration Opening Soon! 


Nov 22, 2023

Grade Me: A Shortcut to Finding What Needs to be Graded

Add the new Grade Me block to individual courses or the Moodle Dashboard to get quick access to Moodle Assignments and Moodle Quiz Essay questions that have been submitted but not yet graded. If you add it to the Dashboard, you will see what needs to be graded across all of your courses. You can…