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Oct 27, 2009

Rich Media Earns Rave Reviews

DELTA continues to receive positive feedback on Rich Media, the webcasting system that synchronizes audio, video, and visual aids for current and future viewing.  Recent comments from Rich Media users highlight this emerging technology’s convenience, reliability, and versatility. From Louise Dolan, Foreign Languages and Literatures faculty member, on Mini Studio recordings: “I completed the taping of the 14 grammar modules… 

Oct 23, 2009

Flu-Proof Your Course: Assignments

An assignment is due in your course, but a student is ill and unable to attend your class to submit it. What are you (and your student) to do? One obvious solution is to use email. You could direct your students to email their assignments to you as an attachment. While this is easy to… 

Oct 15, 2009

Flu-Proof Your Course: Discussions

Coursework in a university depends on a constant dialogue among students and faculty.  Your class depends on the interaction and engagement of your students, and getting students involved in class discussions is important.  But, if illness makes it impossible for some of your students to attend class sessions, how do you keep them engaged and… 

Oct 15, 2009

Join the New Media Consortium (NMC)

NC State is a member of the New Media Consortium (NMC) ( The NMC is an “internationally focused not-for-profit consortium of learning-focused organizations dedicated to the exploration and use of new media and new technologies.” The organization sponsors programs and activities designed to stimulate innovation, encourage collaboration, and recognize excellence among its member institutions. The NMC… 

Sep 21, 2009

“Flu-Proofing” a Course: Where do you start?

As stories related to H1N1 continue to appear in places as varied as our own Technician and in Inside Higher Education, the possibility of social distancing(at worst) or students (or you) missing more class than usual due to the flu (at best), may come to mind.  The flu may take a week, or more, to… 

Aug 4, 2009

Fall Classes Start August 19, 2009(Archive)

Fall classes are right around the corner! Faculty, please contact DELTA’s Faculty Development and Support Services group for help as soon as possible as this is our busiest time of the year. We have services to help you incorporate learning technologies into your course by offering workshops, Instructional House Calls, Custom Trainings, and a staffed… 

Aug 3, 2009

Moodle Article in The Technician

See Moodle moves in at: To keep informed regarding the LMS transition on campus, see 

Jul 27, 2009

Check out DELTA Teaching & Learning with Technology workshops!

For a list of DELTA’s workshops, see Summer workshops and seminars run through August 2009, with our fall schedule beginning in September. New courses for the fall include a number of workshops and seminars related to using the Moodle Learning Management System, as well as an informative new seminar series on Instructional Design in… 

Feb 23, 2009

Summer Institute Registration Now Open(Archive)

The Summer Institute is a program for NC State faculty interested in web-enhanced or online instruction. The program includes 20 hours of workshops, plus lunchtime seminars and optional lab sessions, spread over one week.