Faculty and students engage with course materials without a specific meeting time.
Students and faculty meet at a specific time and participate in real time using web conferencing technology.
Offered partially via remote platforms (internet/online) but with a significant portion conducted in-person.
Below are tips and support for delivering your courses during the pandemic conditions of the fall 2020 semester.
Registrar-controlled classrooms are open. Campus Planning, Design, and Construction worked together with other campus partners to design traffic flow.
Please feel free to visit to test acoustics.
Find further guidance on the COVID-19 Facilities Resources page. Scroll down to "Room Layout."
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.
For the first time in modern history, Montana State University will offer an interim winter semester in between the fall and spring semesters. This year’s “Snowmester” will run Monday, Nov. 30, through Friday, Jan. 8.
Updated dates and information regarding the winter commencement ceremony, winter break, Snowmester, spring semester 2021, spring break, summer session 2021 and international travel.
Sept. 28, 6:48 pm
A COVID-19 update from Clayton T. Christian, Commissioner of Higher Education, regarding plans for Fall/Winter Commencement and Spring 2020 semester.
Sept. 28, 6:48 pm