Missouri State University

Online Resource Links

I.   Delivery Methods

Defining Distance Education, Online and Blended Courses

Definition of iCourses

Definition of ITV

II.  Accreditation: 

Missouri State Accreditation Library

III.  Faculty Support Information

Distance Degrees, Programs and Certificates

Distance Education Administration Guide

Educational Fair Use and Online Education

Intellectual Property Rights and Copyright Policies

Academic Integrity Policies and Procedures

Instructional Design

Library Access and Services for Distance Learning

Blackboard Support

Blackboard:  Ask the Experts for Help

Mediasite Suite

Online Test Proctoring

Copyright Compliance Information

Teaching Lab Science Online - LabPaq YouTube Presentation

IV.  Contact Information

Missouri State Online Staff

Adult Student Services

Missouri State Outreach

V. Links

Faculty Center for Teaching and Learning

Assessment

Best Practices

Workshops and Webinars

Classroom Technologies

Campus Bookstore

Missouri State University Libraries

VI. Links to Recent Research and Survey Data about Distance Education and Learning

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2008

“Staying the Course: Online Education in the United States, 2008”

“Learning on Demand: Online Education in the United States, 2009”

2009

“Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning: A Meta-Analysis and Review of Online Learning Studies, 2009” US Department of Education, Office of Planning, Evaluation and Policy Development, Policy and Program Studies Service

Online Learning as a Strategic Asset Vol. I: A Resource for Campus Leaders

Online Learning as a Strategic Asset Vol. II: The Paradox of Faculty Voice: Views and Experiences with Online Learning

2010

This document is the latest survey results on the strategic nature of online learning. It has been complied through collaboration between the BABSON Survey Research Group and the Sloan Consortium.

Sloan-C Pillar Reference Manual

2011

This document is the latest survey results on the strategic nature of online learning. It has been complied through collaboration between the BABSON Survey Research Group and the Sloan Consortium.

At-a-glance survey infographics. Click on images to see them larger.

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