- Associate Director
- Manager, Finance and Administration
- Langdon, J., B.Comm.(Co-op) Memorial, CGA
- Manager, Instructional Development Office
- Dunne, M., B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. Memorial, Ph.D. OISE/UT
- Administrative Staff
- Mahon, P., Secretary
- Porter, C., Administrative Staff Specialist
Memorial University of Newfoundland's Distance Education and Learning Technologies (DELT) is responsible for the design, development and delivery of credit courses and degree programs via distance; advancement and support of e-learning throughout the University; and support for students and faculty in the effective use and application of technologies for effective teaching and learning. Through its activities DELT connects students across the province, the country and the world, who have limited educational opportunities due to time and location, to higher education through its distance education program. It also works to enhance, promote and support an e-learning vision throughout the institution and strives to provide faculties and departments with the e-learning expertise and knowledge needed to progress the University's mandate in expanding and improving its distance education delivery. A Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Education's, Centre for Distance Learning and Innovation (CDLI), who deliver distance education to K-12 students, allows DELT to share knowledge and information across all sectors and prepare for the incoming university student.
Distance Education and Learning Technologies (DELT) offers approximately 300 courses – half of which are web-based – to approximately 14,000 course registrants annually. Courses are available in 26 disciplines in 10 faculties and schools with complete undergraduate and graduate degrees available via distance including bachelors' degrees in business (Bachelor of Business Administration), maritime studies (Bachelor of Maritime Studies), nursing (Bachelor of Nursing (Post RN)), and technology (Bachelor of Technology); Masters' degrees are offered in education (Master of Education (Information Technology), Master of Education (Post-Secondary)) and nursing (Master of Nursing). Courses are delivered mainly via the Internet, however, some courses include print materials (i.e. manual, readings, textbooks), CD/Video/DVD programs and web conferencing sessions.