On-campus meet & greet events in October

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Missouri Online is hosting meet & greet events on all four campuses throughout the month of October! Members from our Program & Course Design Services, Student Lifecycle Services and Academic Technologies teams will be present at each event.

Drop in at any time during the meet & greet to participate in table topics, pick up some Missouri Online swag, enjoy some refreshments, enter a drawing for prizes, ask questions and talk about your teaching goals.

Table topics will include:

  • AI in the classroom – talk with our team and colleagues about what’s happening with AI.
  • Faculty development (OTC, QCR, Training Sessions, Consultations).
  • Choosing technology for your course – learn more about the process of integrating software with Canvas.
  • Student support offered by Missouri Online – come find out more about how we support students.
  • Market research and program development/redevelopment.

University of Missouri-Kansas City

University of Missouri-Columbia

  • Wednesday, October 11
  • 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Memorial Student Union N 214BC
  • More information

Missouri University of Science and Technology

  • Tuesday, October 17
  • 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Curtis Laws Library Room 202
  • More information

University of Missouri-St. Louis

  • Wednesday, October 18
  • 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
  • Express Scripts Hall 105
  • More information
  • Also, please note that this event will take place in the future home of Missouri Online's new Faculty Innovation Lab, which is set to open for faculty use in the upcoming spring semester. You'll have the opportunity to enjoy a sneak peek of this new state-of-the-art facility, which includes an interactive touch screen video wall and full a/v capabilities, all designed to foster collaboration among UMSL faculty and Missouri Online designers when the room is in operation in the spring.


Brad Mitchell

Brad Mitchell, Ed.D.

Design Manager

Brad Mitchell is a Design Manager at Missouri Online and serves as an adjunct instructor in the Missouri School of Journalism. His research interests include media literacy education, educational media pedagogy, and higher education leadership.