Sign-ups for information sessions and group consultations for our DELTA Grants program are open now. Receive feedback from DELTA staff prior to submitting your proposal. Learn about each grant type to help you better prepare your application when the submission system opens March 26, 2018.
DELTA teamed up with staff from NC State Dining and University Recreation to create the Wolfpack Wellness 101 module, a resource for incoming students to learn about health and wellness at NC State. The gamified Moodle project is interactive and focuses on students’ overall well-being.
DELTA Video Communications Services is here to assist you with your media projects and content capture needs. Whether you need studio time, teleconferencing, livestreaming or Instructional Media Production services, DELTA can help! For rates or more information, visit our Video Production page.
DELTA digs into immersive learning and virtual reality through an Exploratory Grant with Maria Gallardo-Williams. Arthur Earnest (right) directs student lab assistants in the production of Organic Chemistry VR Labs.
Plan ahead for the spring break (3/5 – 3/10) maintenance window for campus
enterprise learning technologies. Maintenance windows allow DELTA staff to
update WolfWare, Collaborate, Moodle, Mediasite, the WolfWare website and
other systems. During the maintenance window these systems may be
unavailable or there may be short interruptions. The 2018-2019 academic
Moodle servers will be made available during Spring Break.
DELTA Testing Services recently updated the Locate a Proctor Map, a resource allowing students to find pre-approved remote proctors available in their area. Currently, the map includes 662 different proctor locations across the United States as well as a few in other countries. Read more about this project and how the map can help your online students!
The university is considering developing a faculty-specific website, tentatively called Faculty Central, to gather resources for NC State faculty in a central location. We want faculty input regarding interest in and potential use of this site. If you are interested in participating, please fill out the Provost Office’s online survey. This should take no longer than five minutes to complete. We appreciate your feedback.