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Whether it's your first time learning online or you've taken online courses before, we've curated convenient tips, tools, and resources to help you succeed. Learn about the software you have access to, how to prepare successfully and stay engaged, motivated and ready to learn during COVID-19.
Have a question or need to troubleshoot? Find self-help articles to help get your question answered or contact the IT Solutions Center and we'd be happy to help.
Minnesota State University, Mankato is committed to student success. There are many centers throughout campus that offer personal, health, and academic support.
Accessibility Resources supports students with disabilities as well as the Minnesota State University, Mankato community with information on equal access to classes and physical spaces.
Library faculty and staff are available to help you transition to online learning. We provide research assistance through chat, email, and phone. We’ve also developed a number of tools to help you learn about research and library resources from off-campus.
Learning online means you’ll be using technology a lot. Get ahead of the curve by checking out these frequently used tech tools and services and find resources for low or no-cost internet and computer options.
Learning online means keeping yourself on task to meet due dates. Use these tips and skills to help you stay motivated as an online learner. Being an effective online student requires persistence, focus, and discipline.