The requirement includes instructional spaces, indoor hallways, offices, the MSU Library, the SUB, MSU residence halls and dining halls on the Bozeman campus.
Webex is a cloud-based video conferencing system for remote meetings and collaboration. Users can share screens, files and video.
A lecture capture tool, i.e., a technology that records live instruction and makes it available digitally for later viewing/listening.
Chat, meet, call and collaborate all in one place, no matter where you are.
Respondus is a tool for creating and managing exams that can be published directly to Brightspace.
Remote Computer Labs provide virtual access to the software applications students need in order to complete their studies.
Effective today, Montana State University will expand the face mask requirement to include additional indoor spaces on campus until further notice. The additional spaces include indoor hallways, offices, the MSU Library, the SUB, MSU residence halls and dining halls. The requirement also continues to be in effect for indoor instructional spaces.
On Friday, Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., University Health Partners will have a mobile vaccine clinic on the Malone Centennial Mall by Montana Hall for students, faculty and staff that will offer the FDA-approved Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
In response to President Cruzado's Aug. 26 face mask requirement annoucement, the Provost provided guidance on the logistics of this requirement and asks the faculty for their cooperation and perseverance. The Provost's memo includes a list of ideas that faculty can use to help increase mask wearing in the classroom.