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Instructional and Teaching Tools for the Classroom

DELTA and university partners support a wide variety of instructional systems and tools to create and deliver course content, share files and media, engage and assess students, create presentations, and access NCSU Libraries and DELTA multimedia tools. These tools can enhance learning, streamline course administration, increase engagement, and support student achievement.

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Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA)

Instructional Consultations

Instructional Consultations are available for faculty for in-depth, one-on-one assistance with instructional design, teaching strategies, accessibility, course redesign or incorporating new tools into your course.

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Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA)

IT Accessibility

NC State University is committed to providing a barrier-free IT environment to all people. The university has a technology-rich environment where applications, tools, and other educational resources are deployed in conventional and virtual computing labs, Web-based environments, online learning management systems, and offices.

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Office of Information Technology

Learning Technology Support

Distance Education and Learning Technology Application (DELTA) maintains a searchable Knowledge Base, an extensive collection of articles, guides, tutorials (QuickTrainings), FAQs and reports to find solutions related to DELTA's key services. This includes information on Blackboard, Moodle, WolfWare and more.

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Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications (DELTA)

Libraries’ Technology Lending

The NC State University Libraries lends a wide variety of technologies: everything from the laptops, phone chargers, and cameras you might expect, to items that may surprise you such as binoculars and a "brainwave starter kit.

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Academic and Student Affairs

NC State HPC Partner Program

In this program, researchers purchase compatible HPC hardware and any specialized or discipline-specific software licenses. NC State Office of Information Technology (OIT) provides space in an appropriate and secure operating environment, all necessary infrastructure (rack, chassis, power, cooling, networking), and the system administration and server support.

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Office of Information Technology

Pre-Award System (PINS)

The Project Information and Navigation System (PINS) resources available include help with NIH progress reports, document upload, adding a new investigator to PINS, browser information and other tips, a restricted sponsor list, export controls pertaining to sponsors and subrecipients, and commonly-asked questions.

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Research and Innovation