Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and some previously scheduled renovations to the reading rooms, group study space in Ellis Library, and many of the specialized libraries, is limited. We have two rooms, 114 and 114A Ellis Library, that are set up for socially-distanced group work.
Because students still need and want to study together, here are some resources you may use for remote group work.
Visit Keep Learning on the University of Missouri System website to find information about using Canvas, Zoom and more.
In addition, Microsoft 365 provides a suite of cloud-based applications. This includes Microsoft Teams, which is a collaboration tool designed to allow groups of people to work together on an initiative. Learn more at this webinar.
Additional apps are also available through Teams, including the project management tool Trello.
Starting this fall, all UM System faculty, staff and students have access to Google Apps for Higher Education (G Suite).
Mizzou students have access to a variety of online tools so they can choose the tools that will work best for them.