Learn more about off-campus programs, policies and procedures
Take a look at the Off-Campus Handbook*
Scheduling a conferencing technology room
Interested in teaching an off-campus or conferencing course?
Download the Off-Campus Course Proposal Form* if you would like to teach a traditional off-campus course, classroom-to-classroom conferencing course, or a web conference course.
Please send a completed copy via email or fax to:
Then route the original with signatures to:
Missouri State Outreach
Attn: Melissa Warren
Not sure what kind of instructional method to choose?
Traditional Off-Campus (TRAD) are courses where the instructor and the students are together in a location other than the main Springfield campus.
Classroom-to-Classroom (IVID) are courses in which one instructor teaches students in more than one classroom through video/audio conferencing. There may or may not be remote students participating in the course. If more than one physical classroom space is involved, please choose Classroom-to-Classroom.
Web Conference (CNCT) are courses in which students and instructors meet via the cloud through web conferencing technology. The instructor may either be in a classroom space, or on a personal device. Participants are primarily joining remotely from personal devices. This type of course involves either only one classroom or no classroom space. Attendance in a classroom, if used for teaching, should be optional.
Traditional to Web Conference (TRAD/CNCT) are courses in which a traditional face-to-face class is taking place, with local students and an instructor meeting together in a classroom, and there are also students who are at a distance joining remotely through web conference. In these cases, a TRAD section is built for the Springfield students and a CNCT section is built for the distance students.
New Degree Program Proposal Form* – if you are considering offering a new program at a distance, this form will help guide the process.
New Program Funding Request Form* – to be used if you are requesting funding from Outreach to support a new off-campus program. Outreach funding is generally only available for degree programs offered at our satellite locations.
Distance Program Course Rotation Form* – when offering a distance degree program, it is very important to map out the entire pathway to ensure it can be completed at a distance in the appropriate amount of time.
Zoom License Request* – to be used if you are requesting a new Zoom license.
Zoom Usage Report* – please let us know each semester with which courses you are using your Zoom license as a teaching tool, even if it is a traditional or online (INET) course.
- Zoom Pro Classroom User Guide (For teaching with Zoom from the classroom)*
- Zoom Class Participant Guide (For students and users)*
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