CCIT is committed to providing instructors with practical resources that are grounded in solid research and theory. Browse the materials on this page to find ways to enhance or supplement your instructional design and delivery.
Dig deeper into using D2L with access to discussions, FAQs, video tutorials, tips, best practices, and tons of support. Conveniently categorized by types of users, including students. Click on the link below to learn more.
D2L Instructor Hub
The D2L Instructor Hub provides you with resources that will help you successfully use the technology tools at Delaware Tech to design and deliver your courses.
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D2L Semester Pre-check
The purpose of this page is to provide you with a step-by-step list of the foundational tasks to complete prior to the beginning of a course. These steps will get you and your students started on the right trajectory. Once you have access to your course(s), you’ll need to take some time to familiarize yourself with a few of its key components so that you’re ready for the first day of class.
Teaching with Zoom Meetings
This page outlines how to set up your device to host classes through Zoom Meetings. The page offers links to video tutorials and live training as well a professional tips for educators and presenters for a successful experience.
Learning with Technology
Do you have students who need help using technology we have at the College?
The resources in LWT help students learn how to effectively use D2L, Zoom, Office 365, and Google Drive. Learning with Technology provides students with answers to questions such as: What do I do before the first day of class? – How do I know what is going on in my classes? – What can I do to get organized? – How do I access feedback and grades? And more…
Using Course Evaluations to Improve Instruction
Continuous course improvement is an essential process as we strive to provide outstanding instruction. The practice of continuous improvement originated in business and industry, and is being applied in higher education with increasing frequency. A key element of continuous improvement is the effective use of data to make informed changes likely to impact student success. One source of data, and the focus of this article, is course evaluations.