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MUOnLine offers over 150 E-Courses every semester! The MUOnLine classroom is available 24 hours a day from any location. Students participate and collaborate electronically through forums, chats, and e-mail for a complete class experience. The online format also allows for a high level of dynamic interaction between the instructor and students as well as student to student.
Please Note: Be sure to leave only the box marked “electonic” checked when searching for Ecourses
This content will help you learn how to use MyMU, how to take a class online, resources and about academic policies and procedures.
If you are interested in orientation on campus, please check out the information provided by the Office of Recruitment.
Is Online learning for you?
Read the article below and then complete the following online learning self-assessment to see how you rate as an online learner.
- Tips for Online Success
- Self Evaluation of Potential Online Students
- Self-Assessment for Distance Learners
- Continuing Education Resources for Veterans
Then watch this video for additional information about online learning from student and faculty perspectives.
Michelle Barbour – Career Counselor
Marshall University Student Resource Center
MUOnLine Student Guide
Online Training & Resources for Blackboard
- Blackboard On-Demand Learning Center
- Lynda.com – online multimedia training tutorials (After logging into Lynda.com, use the search box to find “Blackboard Learn.”)
- Bursar (Tuition and Fees)
- Fall 2014 Online Course Schedule
- Career Services
- Child Development Academy
- IT Service Desk
- Disabled Student Services
- Office of Student Conduct
- Judicial Affairs
- Marshall University Bookstore
- Student Affairs
- Student Financial Assistance
- Women’s Center
MUOnLine students can access online databases, web-based digital collections, and other library resources from anywhere, both on and off-campus, by using their MUID number. The libraries’ online catalog, and more than 100 online databases provide citation-level searching and full-text articles, are accessible from the Libraries’ web site.
Students and faculty can request books or articles through the web-based Information Delivery Service (IDS), which is available 24 hours a day. Most articles are delivered electronically without charge. There is a per-page copying charge for articles that must be delivered as photocopies. Books from other libraries are usually delivered without any fee except in cases where the user elects to mail back the book and must pay mailing costs.
Students who are completely off-campus should check out Off-Campus Library Services.
- Academic Calendar
- Instructions for Online Registration
- Graduate Catalog
- Marshall University Library
- Research Guides
- Tips on Avoiding Plagiarism
- Tips for Success
- Transfer Equivalencies
- Undergraduate Catalog
- University College (advising | tutoring)
- University Policies
- Writing Center Online
MU students who are also WV residents may qualify to take courses within the SREB’s Electronic Campus. The Academic Common Market grants reciprocity among the 16 states included in the SREB. Can’t make a schedule? Having trouble finding the online courses you need for summer school or for General Education requirements? About to graduate but the grad program you seek isn’t offered within the state of WV? Learn how the SREB Electronic Campus can help with all these issues!
- Southern Regional Education Board’s Electronic Campus – Academic Common Market
- Core I (CT) and Core II Online Courses for Summer & Fall 2014
State Affiliations & Resources
Quick ways to reach us
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Huntington calling area: 304-696-3200
Charleston calling area: 304-746-1969
Toll free, outside Huntington/Charleston calling areas: 877-689-8638