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Faculty Resources

Bemidji State University has become widely recognized across the region as a leader in providing quality Web courses and programs.

Check out the other links for additional information and support available to faculty. Also, watch the faculty/staff listserv for CEL-sponsored informational meetings as well as workshop schedules.

Online Services

Visit eLearning for details on the available training and technical support that Online Service offers if you are interested in learning more about developing and teaching online courses.

eLearning will also help you with course maintenance once you have your course developed and can assist you with multimedia creation when you are ready for the next step.

Mentor Resources

D2L Virtual Assembly Discussion Board Login.  You will be given access upon mentoring one of our DLiTE or FasTrack students.  For discussion board processes and organization details, review the mentor guidelines.

Mentors receive a stipend each semester for mentoring our DLiTE and FasTrack Students upon completing the mentor responsibilities.

The completed and signed form should be sent directly to:  Angela Casper, Bemidji State University, Center for Extended Learning - Mentor Stipend - Deputy Hall #4, 1500 Birchmont Drive NE, Bemidji, MN  56601  

For other mentor questions and who to contact, please print our PEDL Mentor Problem Solvers.

Computer Support

Computer Support is available to assist you with problem solving and can provide you information about the new software and updates to software you are currently using. Check out the Computer Support web site to learn about the latest training opportunities currently available. You can register online for any sessions or schedule a time to use their learning library.

Center for Professional Development

The Center for Professional Development enhances faculty development and fosters a creative climate of teaching and learning at Bemidji State University. Staffed and directed by faculty members, the Center, established in the fall of 1986, addresses a wide variety of professional development needs. From their Web site, you will find links to course evaluations, a resource library and other on-line teaching and learning resources.

Faculty Handbook

The purpose of the BSU Faculty Handbook is to provide you with a quick reference for information which may not otherwise be easily available. This manual is published by the Office of Academic and Student Affairs and the Center for Professional Development at Bemidji State University.

Class Lists/Grading on the Web

The Records and Advising Office has provided information on how to access class lists and how to enter grades on the Web, as well as other basic information about the ISRS Web features. The Faculty and Advisor Information site also links to reference materials to assist you with advising.