Most Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 courses will be held online or as hybrid (classroom/online). Certain courses that require a hands-on component will be held in-person. The College is open to assist you both virtually and at some select physical locations. Visit dccc.edu/coronavirus for more information.
Innovation, Teaching & Digital Learning Excellence Division
Welcome to the Division of Innovation, Teaching and Digital Learning Excellence
The Division of Innovation, Teaching and Digital Learning Excellence works collaboratively with academic and student affairs, and other key service areas to advance goals to champion student access, retention, equity and student success. The division focuses on supporting innovative learning environments, professional development, purposeful education technology integration and promoting the scholarship of teaching, learning and engagement.
The Virginia M. Carter Center for Excellence in Teaching is a professional development initiative for Delaware County Community College faculty that supports the College’s visions of putting learning first and promoting the continuous improvement of educational programs and services offered to students and stakeholders.
Since 1998, Delaware County Community has been offering online and hybrid courses. Choose from more than 150 online and 30 hybrid learning courses delivered through Canvas, the College's learning management system. For more information visit dccc.edu/digital-learning or email [email protected].
Faculty Fellowship program was developed in support of continuous professional development and life-long learning. It affords faculty fellows professional development opportunities in administration, such as program assessment, college-wide diversity training, and service learning, that align with priorities impacting faculty and students success. For more information, email [email protected].
An open-access journal published by the Office of Academic Affairs, the Division of Innovation, Teaching and Digital Learning Excellence, and Library Services. The journal showcases innovative classroom engagement and intellectual pursuits that nourish student success. For more information, email [email protected].
The Faculty Institute is an annual two-day professional development event organized by the Carter Center for Excellence in Teaching.
The institute features plenary sessions, scholarly presentations, and insights that provide varying opportunities for collegial engagement, networking, and valuable conversations about teaching practices and student success.
Look inside DCCC's learning management system, Canvas, and take a journey through the student lifecycle. This guide includes information about: applying to college, preparing for the beginning of the semester, digital learning, student planning to completion, success networks and student life.