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Technology enhances learning, and resources abound to assist instructors in maximizing its benefit. NCSU’s Distance Education and Learning Technologies Applications (DELTA) office provides online resources, small group workshops, and 1:1 consulting services.

NCSU Resources

Internet Resources on Technology and Learning

(Listing does not indicate an endorsement of these programs)

  • Prezi: Cloud-based presentation software.
  • Dropbox: Free file sharing and syncing service.
  • Doodle: Help with scheduling meetings and appointments.
  • Evernote: Collaborative note taking service that syncs across all your devices.
  • Free Technology Toolkit Wiki: Free technology and tools for all classrooms.
  • Computer Tutorials and Lessons: A data base of simple, easy to follow tutorials covering all aspects of popular computing.
  • ProfHacker: The Chronicle of Higher Education’s tips on teaching, technology, and productivity.
  • Diagram.ly: Create charts, graphs, and interesting visuals.
  • Join.me: Free screensharing for collaboration and troubleshooting.
  • Screenr: Web-based screen recorder to create and share videos of your screen and voice.
  • Socrative: Student response system that allows teachers to engage their classrooms.
  • PollEverywhere: Instant audience feedback using SMS or the internet.
  • Brainscape: Learn faster with flashcards you can create for yourself or your students.
  • Coursera: Take the world’s best courses, online, for free.
  • Custom Guide Online Learning: Download free printable quick reference sheets for use with common programs and computer features.
  • Grovo: Thousands of video lessons covering internet products and tools.
  • Online PDF Tools: Convert, merge, and work with PDF files online with no software to install.
  • W3Schools: Free tutorials on all web development technologies.