There are four main course delivery modalities for Fall 2020:
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.
Dr. Beth Burroughs, chair of the Department of Mathematical Sciences, explains what to expect academically this fall, both in the classroom and online, during the Welcome Back Bobcat livestream on Aug 5, 2020. Tracy Ellig, MSU Communications, introduces her. (14 min)
Aeriel Rozwara, a graduate student studying Land Resources and Environmental Sciences, gives her most important tips for succeeding in the online/blended learning environment. (1 min)
The tips below will help you whether your course is fully online or only partially online in a blended format.
In asynchronous delivery, students and faculty engage with course materials without a specific meeting time. Students can access learning at their convenience.
MSU supports Brightspace for asynchronous delivery.
For the first time in our history, MSU will offer an interim winter semester. The inaugural “Snowmester” will run between Nov. 30 and Jan 5. More details, including courses to be offered, will be forthcoming. Stay tuned!
Aug. 20, 8:12 am
College and universities around the country are switching to remote-only learning due to spikes in virus activity on campuses. Let's buck this trend!
Aug. 19, 11:36 am
Months have been spent preparing for this day. In consultation with public health experts at the local, county, state and national levels, we have changed how we operate at almost every level of the university to minimize the risk of the virus.
Aug. 16, 8:20 am