DELT recognized as a leader in distance education
DELT has been recognized as one of three recipients of the Deloitte Public Sector Leadership Award.
Using Second Life in an Engineering Course
The creation of a virtual shipyard in Second Life for an Engineering...
DELT - 40 years of Distance Education
Memorial celebrates 40 years of distance education in Newfoundland and Labrador.
DELT Staff Teaching in Malawi
DELT staff are working with staff of the fisheries college in Malawi to train in video shooting and editing.
Stellas Circle - The Legacy of Stella Burry
This warm and funny documentary gives an insight into the history and personality of this extraordinary woman.
Miawpukek First Nations Project
An introduction to the internationally award-winning project between DELTS and the Miawpukek Band Council of Conne River, Newfoundland and...
An interview with Dr. Vincent Tinto
An interview with Dr. Vincent Tinto, Distinguished University
Professor at Syracuse University about maximizing student retention and
success in post-secondary...
Telepresence in distance music education with Pauline Oliveros
World renowned composer and pioneer of music technology talks about telepresence in...
Going the Distance
For four decades, Memorial University has increasingly provided access to its health and education resources to those outside the province's capital city.
Project Engage: Student and Faculty Engagement in Teaching and Learning
Drs. Leslie Reid and Melissa Boyce on their work to enhance faculty and student engagement by diversifying instructional strategies.
Maroon and Mi’kmaq: An International Indigenous Exchange
November 5, 2013, 7pm
- Discover DELTS More than just the online education provider for both distance and on-campus courses at Memorial University, DELTS is also home to a stellar video production facility. The only fully HD-studio in Newfoundland and Labrador has produced an array of informational and educational videos – whether they were filmed in Malawi or in the basement of Memorial's G.A. Hickman (Education/Folklore/DELTS) building.
- Student Focus Our distance education students are a very unique demographic. In ways, they are more dedicated than anyone. They are willing to study through full time jobs and full time families, whether they're tapping on a laptop with one hand and guarding the cupcake plate with the other while sitting at the kitchen table, smooshed into the centre seat on an airplane, whether they live in St. John's or St. Barb. Our distance students can multitask, to say the least. To walk a day in their shoes, take a look at our recruitment (cinema ads) and testimonial (The Course of Choice) videos.
- Teaching and Technology Creating virtual shipyards using Second Life immersive technology, developing an online entrance exam for prospective students, and traveling back in time to experience the culture and traditions of the Miawpukek First Nations people of Conne River are just a few projects DELTS has produced, in collaboration with various internal and external community and culturally-based partners.