S&T’s DELTA lab project to receive a 2015 Effective Practice Award from the Online Learning Consortium

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On April 10, 2015

The Online Learning Consortium—formerly the Sloan Consortium—has recognized S&T’s DELTA labs (Delivering Experiential Labs To All) project as an outstanding work in the field of online education. The DELTA labs project was recognized based on its ability to provide evidence of quality, innovation, and replicability.

The DELTA labs project is a set of eLearning models, processes, technologies, and strategies for the redesign of traditional laboratory courses for blended and online delivery which are custom-tailored to the needs of each course. The DELTA labs project was developed though research in and adherence to recognized instructional design standards. The careful attention paid to the universal pedagogical foundations of instruction means that the DELTA labs project provides a flexible and research-grounded tool for instructors teaching a variety of lab courses.

Representatives from the S&T EdTech team will travel to Dallas, TX to attend the 8th Annual Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium on April 22-24. Angie Hammons and Amy Skyles will be representing Missouri S&T and the EdTech team. Congratulations on the recognition of all your hard work!

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