Missouri S&T continues with plans to begin the fall semester on Monday, August 24, with a combination of in-person, hybrid/blended, and remote instruction.
In order to help create a campus environment that complies with health and safety guidelines, the class delivery method, or modality, may have changed for some courses. Please check JoeSS, Canvas, or with the course instructor for updated information about how your professors plan to deliver courses this fall. S&T’s various delivery methods include:
Please note that all classes, regardless of delivery method, may have opportunities for in-person components. Please check the course syllabus for details and contact the instructor with any questions.
Dr. Stephen Roberts, interim provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs, emailed the following messages:
July 22, 2020 — Message to faculty: Academic planning update
July 10, 2020 – Message to students, faculty and staff: Class modalities
July 2, 2020 – Message to faculty: Academic planning for Fall 2020
To better support the campus community, the S&T campus Learning Transition Team has launched a new website, keeplearning.mst.edu, with resource links for students, faculty and staff regarding changes to academic operations and delivery of courses for the spring semester. This website will be updated with the latest information and guidelines to make sure you stay connected and keep learning. This website is in addition to – and does not replace – the UM System’s website, keeplearning.umsystem.edu.
The University of Missouri System has posted a teaching resources website to help faculty maintain teaching continuity and uninterrupted learning in the event of a campus closure. In addition, the Keep Learning website provides online learning resources for students, instructors and staff. See also the UM System’s Remote Work/Remote Teaching FAQ.
If you’re an authorized user of an office or departmental phone, please go to voiceweb.mst.edu and sign in with your S&T SSO and password.
All University of Missouri faculty, staff and students can have a licensed (Pro) Zoom account at no cost. These accounts have no time limit and a 300-participant limit. If you currently have a Zoom Pro account, continue to log in with your S&T username and password at: https://mst.zoom.us. For those that do not have a Zoom Pro / Licensed account and would like to create a new account, log in with your S&T username and password at: https://umsystem.zoom.us/
A Canvas course is automatically created for every course at S&T. The instructor must make the course available to students. Please contact CAFE’s instructional designers at email@example.com for more information.