In March of 2020, the entire world got a taste of what it means to be "online." However, long before that time, the world of online learning and teaching has been a thriving campus at Mississippi State University. An upcoming Center for Distance Education panel series will feature various experts about what it truly means to teach and learn online, traditionally, and not just as an emergency measure.
Join us to learn about what it means to be online at MSU.
Panels will be held in Memorial Hall, Coskrey Auditorium and available via WebEx. Each session will be 2-3 p.m. CST.
Registration is highly encouraged. Visit https://forms.gle/hXTQG3qwRbAxMXmX8 to register now.
Student Panel--September 23
In the student session, we will explore how online students view themselves, their course work, and their thoughts on how they fit into the larger institution.
Faculty Panel--October 13
In the faculty session, we will explore their thoughts on what it means to be an online instructor, what they've learned by teaching online, and where online education is going.
Administration Panel--November 9
In the final session, we will ask upper administration at MSU their thoughts on the role of online education within the institution, future goals for online education, and how to make the online experience better for all.
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