Partners / Campus Resources
Partners / Campus Resources
Mines Online is not possible without the help from others. Below are Mines teams who support our work, plus a few handy links to help you learn more:
Through the support of Academic Affairs our university assures excellence in all our academic activities. The Office of the Provost works in coordination with various units from Mines to deliver a world-class education at Mines. Visit the faculty resources for more information on events and announcements.
One of the many strengths of Mines are its alumni and their continued support for past, current, and future students. In addition to helping others, business professionals, graduate & undergraduate students, and alumni themselves have the opportunity to network and join a mentorship, ambassadorship, and/or volunteer programs through the association. Individuals and companies also have the opportunity to give back to Mines to support areas in greatest need. Inspiring stories from alumni who chose to pay it back to Mines are the perfect ways to describe the caliber of people who associate with Mines.
The Arthur Lakes Library is the collaborative partner and intellectual nexus that bridges disciplines and communities across the Mines campus. Not only are readily-accessible materials available to you and students like LibGuides, but also services like Ask a Librarian. You can also search through the catalog to see if a course resource is available online.
One of the advantages of graduating from Mines is the high demand for employment within industry and the government. The Career Center’s semi-annual Career Days joins together employers and job-seeking students, along with providing ongoing networks to post/seek job opportunities for current students and alumni. Faculty and Staff from Mines can also access resources, job data, and request a presentation for their classes.
Continuing Professional Education Services
Continuing Professional Educational Services (CPES) administers Mines specialized courses, programs, conferences, and other activities to audiences beyond campus by extending administrative, logistical, and fiscal support. View a calendar of events for upcoming shortcourses, symposia, and conferences from a variety of topics.
Disability Support Services (DSS) plays a vital role in the foundation for the online learning experience by all learners. They offer supports like testing services and general guidance for writing your syllabus. Also if you have a student with an accomodation and/or are submitting an exam for testing, you will use the AIM System to access the information.
The voice of professors in university operations belongs to the Faculty Senate. Faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to read bylaws, attend meetings, network via sponsored events, and learn more about past distinguished lecturers! If you’d like to offer a suggestion (anonymous optional) you can drop a message in the suggestion box!
The Finance, Administration, and Operations (FAO) division strives to create an inclusive culture that supports Mines’ educational mission to its students, faculty, and staff by integrating its mission and strategic plan with a sustainable model. Accountability information is also available for your review.
The HIVE Multimedia team can enhance your courses by designing high-quality videos and images to engage sudents. Click here for an overview of all HIVE services. If you’re ready to begin, visit their scheduling system and request a consultation. You may also be ready to submit your recordings for editing.
Information & Technology Solutions (ITS) is a key contributer to managing Canvas and other ed-tech tools for Mines Online. Review the ITS Software Index for a particular title that you may need for your course. Also be sure to check out the Online Resources at Mines page for a summary of readily-accessible ed-tech tools that are approved to use. You may also need to submit a Canvas request for technical assistance.
The Trefny Innovative Instruction Center’s mission is to inspire an institutional culture that values, studies, and implements transformative teaching and learning at Mines. If you are new to teaching, start with the Effective Teaching page to get a strong start at Mines. Next, be sure to review their Learning Programs and Events pages get find a way to get involved.
The Writing Center at Mines provides free professional one-on-one tutoring to members of the Mines community to assist them with any writing or communication project that is at any stage of the process. Both in-person and online tutoring appointments are available. To visit the Writing Center, please go to the online scheduler. Also, be sure to review the Technical Communication Resources page to share lessons with your students.