New OCIP Cohort Raises the Bar for Online Education
In a time when online course quality has never been more important, a group of faculty, including NC State College of Education Associate Professor Cesar Delgado, Ph.D., is dedicating their time and efforts to making improvements to their courses to earn official Quality Matters (QM) certification.
Three Colleagues Tackle Master’s Degree and Professional World
Michael Von Bargen, Jason Cook and Richard Singer will soon graduate from the NC State College of Education's training and development program. Learn how this group of friends took what they learned in the program and applied it to their careers at Duke Energy — saving the company $1.5 million in training costs.
Confirming Commitment to Online Course Quality through Quality Matters
Assistant Teaching Professor Peter Hessling is finding new ways to reach his students through DELTA’s Online Course Improvement Program (OCIP). He says partnering with the OCIP for his ELP 344: School and Society course allows him to model good online teaching practices to his students and help them have the same quality experience taking the course online as they would in the classroom.
Teaching Assistant Professor Michelle Bartlett Receives Award for Online Innovation
Teaching Assistant Professor Michelle Bartlett received the Wagner Innovation Award at the 2018 Distance Learning Administration conference in June. She's the program coordinator of the 100 percent online Training and Development master’s and certificate programs.
4 NC State Education Faculty Receive DELTA 2018-2019 Grants
DELTA awarded more than $240,000 in new and continuing DELTA Grants to 29 recipients across the NC State University, including four in the NC State College of Education: Michelle Bartlett, Jessica Hunt, Jamie Pearson and Meghan Manfra. They will collaborate with DELTA to create solutions to instructional challenges that promote the use of instructional technology and course design.