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Mar 2, 2017

A Work in Progress: Course Redesign for CE 332

In the Civil Engineering Materials of Construction (CE 332) course, a team of DELTA staff members are working with Dr. Cassie Castorena and Dr. Rudi Seracino on a Critical Path Course Redesign Grant, a required course for students in the major to complete. 

Mar 10, 2016

2016-2017 DELTA Grants Proposal Submissions Accepted March 28-May 6

Are you a faculty member who has a great idea to engage your students with no assistance to get it done? Or are you seeking funding to develop or improve a course with the latest technologies or research-based best practices? The annual DELTA Grants program may just what you are looking for. DELTA Grants is… 

Mar 18, 2015

An Overview of ELI 2015

By Ashley Grantham with co-authors Emily Ligon and Yan Shen. Dan Dunnagan, Cathi Dunnagan, Amanda Robertson, Chrissie Van Hoever, and Steve Bader also contributed. In February, I had the opportunity to attend the ELI Annual Meeting in Anaheim, California along with fellow DELTA team members Emily Ligon, Steve Bader, Amanda Robertson, Yan Shen, Chrissie Van… 

Mar 17, 2015

Course flipping: An overview and resources

by Ashley Grantham and Daniel Davis Course flipping is becoming increasingly prevalent in K-12 and higher education learning environments. At its most basic, flipping a course means that the relationship between lecture and homework is reversed. In other words, course flipping is a way of using technology tools outside of the classroom to support a… 

Jun 24, 2014

Register now for Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies!(Archive)

Interested in developing your online teaching? Join DELTA for this year’s Summer Shorts in Instructional Technologies! 

Jun 6, 2014

Redesigning Courses: Flipping Precalculus to Improve Student Success

Several years ago Dr. Brenda Burns-Williams started to notice her students in MA 111: Precalculus Algebra and Trigonometry becoming disconnected from the course material—quite literally. They didn’t want to carry around the enormous course textbook because it was heavy and not particularly useful, and it embarrassingly signaled to others that they were taking a “remedial”… 

May 25, 2014

MOOCs and Online Learning: Recent Reports and Resources

As NC State and universities across the nation work to discover how best to engage with MOOCs (massive open online courses), paying attention to current trends and thinking critically about new developments remain important for moving forward in pedagogically-sound and cost-effective ways. Included below are three recent articles and resources exploring MOOCs, open courseware and blended/hybrid… 

May 2, 2014

Register for DELTA’s Summer Workshops and Seminars!(Archive)

Looking to improve your instructional technology and online teaching skills? Join us for our summer workshops and seminars, where we’ll explore the various learning technologies available at NC State. Topics include: creating instructional videos with My Mediasite building your online course with Moodle flipping your course conducting engaging synchronous online sessions with Collaborate For a complete…