Faculty Resources

Need tech support? Have a question about mentors? Check out the resources available to FasTrack faculty below.

Online Services

Interested in developing and teaching online courses? Visit eLearning for details on available training and technical support.

Once you have developed your course, eLearning can also help you with course maintenance and assist you with multimedia creation.

Mentor Resources

Mentors can connect with us via Facebook to provide feedback about students’ progress or ask questions about the program.

Mentors also receive a stipend each semester: You can print out the Mentor Stipend Form and mail the completed and signed form 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 important updates.

Check out the Computer Support website 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 addresses a wide variety of professional development needs, including 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.


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