Deltina Hay is the Director of Technology and Elearning Development at Elearning Delta. She is a programmer, web developer, software aficionado, writer, teacher, digital strategist, and instructional designer.
For nearly 30 years, Deltina has helped businesses of all sizes with their custom programming, database management, web development, search optimization, and social media marketing. Some of her past clients include Real Simple Magazine, Nestle Toll House, Victoria’s Secret, H-E-B, Kraft, Hachette Books, RaceWorldTV, and the University of Missouri.
In 2001, Deltina founded Dalton Publishing. The company published and distributed the monthly magazine, Creative Pulse, and released 20 titles by 16 authors—many of them award-winning books. Dalton Publishing gained international distribution in 2006.
Deltina is the author of three books on social media, the mobile web, and search optimization. Her first book, The Social Media Survival Guide, is used as a textbook in colleges and universities all over the world.
For the past five years, Deltina has applied her diverse skill set to the education industry. She developed and taught the graduate-level social media certificate program for Drury University, and has designed and developed social media, digital marketing, mobile marketing, and search optimization certification programs for several online colleges and training sites, including 360Training, Meditec, and WorldEducation.
Deltina’s elearning development company, DeltinaU, produces and publishes courses in digital and mobile marketing, search optimization, and web development. There are more than 20 courses to choose from and successful students are awarded a “Certificate in Digital Marketing”.
Deltina’s vision for Elearning Delta is to take a mobile-first approach to course deployment, develop engaging course content, and apply innovative technology to all levels of the process.