Center for Teaching and Learning
The formation of the Center for Teaching and Learning is a confirmation of the university's commitment to teaching and learning. The Center's mission to foster a university culture where quality teaching and engaged learning is universally revered and practiced is additional evidence of the university's dedication to its core stakeholders, the students. The Center is an entity that serves as a focal point of an ongoing forum on the science and art of teaching and learning in a higher education environment. This is accomplished by providing programs and services that emphasize the knowledge, techniques, and issues related to teaching and learning. We are excited and honored to work with faculty across the university to further Mississippi State University's reputation not only as a research institution but also as an institution of stellar teaching and active learning.
Information Technology Services
Information Technology Services provides selected workshops and seminars as well as customized training to suit the computer user's needs at Mississippi State University. These services are available at no charge to students, faculty, and staff.
General workshops are taught every month during the calendar year except December. Custom workshops may be requested for a university department or group throughout the full year.
You may view the list of offered course titles and their descriptions or request customized training. Most of the ITS workshops are taught in computer labs located in McArthur Hall. McArthur Hall is located between Scott Field and Humphrey Coliseum and is across from the Giles Architecture Building. The classrooms are equipped with multimedia-enabled training units. The primary classroom will accommodate 20; the secondary classroom will accommodate 15. Both rooms are equipped with Windows workstations with each room having one workstation that meets ADA specifications. The classrooms also have printers, electronic white boards and projection units for the teaching stations.
Mississippi State University Libraries
MSU Libraries offer a wide variety of workshops, presented by our knowledgeable faculty and staff. Topics include:
- Software (including Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, and EndNote)
- Emerging technologies
- Audio/video editing
- Research tools and methods
- Citation management
- Thesis and dissertation formatting
All workshops are free to book and to attend, and many are available online.
Visit our Workshops site to learn about our upcoming workshops or request a customized session for your class or group.