There are four main course delivery modalities for Spring 2021:
These classes meet in a physical classroom on campus during defined days and times listed in MyInfo.
Course is fully online and has specific meeting days and times.
Course is fully online without standard meeting times.
Blended courses include both online and face-to-face components.
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.
Message from Clayton Christian regarding ongoing safety protocols; Fall 2021 planning; Spring 2021 guidance related to event hosting, including athletics; and Spring 2021 guidance related to MUS-affiliated travel.
Effectively immediately, indoor events will be allowed to have up to 150 people in attendance, and outdoor events will be allowed to have up to 250 people, as long as masks and social distancing are observed.
As we approach pre‐registration advising season, the Provost shared information about MSU's new procedures for course withdrawals and adds. The new procedures will begin March 22 and are also detailed on the Registrar’s website.