Even as a distance learning student at Bemidji State University, you have access to many of the same services as students who are taking courses on campus, from financial aid to library access.
Education Minnesota Membership
Contact the Education Minnesota Student Program Representative to apply for a membership which is also your link to insurance.
Taskstream LAT is an online set of tools used by Professional Education faculty and students to manage data.
DO NOT PURCHASE AN ACCOUNT THROUGH TASKSTREAM! Each student is provided a subscription to Taskstream upon admission to the FasTrack program. They maintain this subscription for the duration of their time in the program.
More information about Taskstream can be found here: https://www.bemidjistate.edu/academics/departments/professional-education/student-resources/taskstream/
Library & Services
The A.C. Clark Library at Bemidji State University delivers study-related materials to distance learners who reside 30 or more miles from campus or need delivery because of permanent or temporary disability. Non-returnable items like journal articles and book chapters will be delivered electronically to distance learners. Returnable items such as books, videos or DVDs are delivered at the BSU Library’s expense and returned to the BSU Library at the expense of the distance learner.
Complete information and the application form for this special service are available at “Service for Distance Learners” on the BSU Library’s home page.
Hours & Contact
Reference Desk: (800) 860-0234
Monday – Thursday: 8am – 6pm
Friday: 8am – 4:45 pm
Saturday: 11am – 4:45pm
Sunday: 1pm – 6pm
Ready Reference provides comprehensive coverage of an international range of English-language periodicals, monographs and yearbooks. Includes indexing, abstracts and full text of articles cover to cover, from hundreds of education-related journals.
Writing Resource Center
The Writing Resource Center offers paper reviews before you submit them.
The Minnesota Indian Teacher Training Program (MITTP)
This program provides scholarship dollars to be used towards tuition, a book allowance, a living stipend as well as mentoring with American Indian Resource Center (AIRC) Staff and other American Indian Educators. Review the MITTP Flyer for eligibility information and AIRC staff contact information.
Center for Extended Learning
Center for Extended Learning also offers several more unique resources to ensure student success.