Digital Learning and Teaching (DL&T)
Welcome to the Web site for Digital Learning & Teaching (DL&T) at North Carolina State University (formerly Instructional Technology). DL&T serves graduate students interested in leading digital learning programs in schools, educational agencies, and industry; designing digital learning environments and experiences; and conducting research on digital innovations to help solve contemporary educational problems.
Programs: Digital Learning & Teaching (DL&T) offers the following programs:
Faculty: DL&T is served by three primary faculty: Deniz Eseryel, Michael Evans, and Kevin Oliver (Program Coordinator). The program is further supported by: affiliate faculty who specialize in digital learning programming and research within the College of Education's Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, and the interdisciplinary digital transformation of education faculty cluster in which Drs. Eseryel and Evans are members. Primary and affiliate faculty are listed below.
For More Information: Additional information about our degree programs can be found by clicking the links at left or the Masters/Doctoral icons below. If you have any questions about our programs, please contact the program coordinator, Kevin Oliver.
Find Us (Physical Location): We are located in Poe Hall which is on the Court of North Carolina just to the south of Hillsborough Street as shown on the campus map http://www.ncsu.edu/campus_map/. The nearest public parking is a bit further south in the Coliseum Deck. To reach this deck, turn off Pullen Road and circle around the deck on a series of one way roads--Dunn to Jeter to Cates. Entrance to public parking is off Cates Road on the bottom level (fee charged). Leave the deck and walk back toward Dunn Avenue. Take the pedestrian tunnel under the tracks and make your way to the right around SAS Hall. Poe Hall is directly ahead off Stinson Drive. Faculty offices are in Suite 402. Please note, Drs. Eseryel and Evans have offices in both Poe Hall and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation.