Good morning, from Montana Digital Academy!
We are starting our second week of our Summer, Session 1 courses this morning and I have a couple of quick announcements to make.
First, tomorrow, Tuesday June 17, 2014 is the drop deadline for the Summer, Session 1 program. I know that the program is only 6 days in, however, with the tight summer schedule, we are already 1/8th of the way through the semester! You can drop without penalty through tomorrow at midnight. After tomorrow, we will report a WF/F back to your local school if you stop completing assignments or request a drop. To drop a class, email our support desk, email@example.com.
Second, we will start pushing out our weekly grade emails this week. We are looking into a couple of minor technical issues, but, assuming grades are reporting accurately in our systems, we will push out that email to you, your local site facilitator and parent/guardian on Tuesday or Wednesday.
Have a great week and keep pushing forward on your classes! If you need help, please don’t hesitate to contact your teacher or the support desk. We want to you be successful!
Good morning from Montana Digital Academy!
The Summer 2014 High School Original Credit session 1 classes starts this morning! All online classrooms are open and ready for learning!
Today, you should… 1.) Log into the virtual classroom. 2.) Read and watch all introductory texts, video and syllabus documents. 3.) Look at upcoming deadlines and expectations. 4.) Contact your instructor via email and introduce yourself! 5.) Get started on the your assignments.
Remember… the summer courses have fast-paced time schedules! We expect the average student to spend 3-5 hours per course, per day to keep pace. You may find it takes more or less depending on your skill level and comfort with this format. However, if you are a first time online student, always plan for more time than less!
Confused and need help? If you have questions about the assignments, schedule or curriculum, contact your teacher. You can find their contact information in the upper left hand corner of the virtual classroom. If you have technical problems or username and password issues, contact the friendly, tech-savvy MTDA help staff at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d be happy to give you a hand!
We want you to dominate your Summer course at MTDA! Let us know how we can help.
Have a great summer session!
Attention Summer 2014 High School Original Credit Students:
All enrollments for all sessions of our summer high school original credit program are due on Wednesday, June 4, 2014. No late registrations will be accepted so please contact your school ASAP if you intend to participate! Thanks.
All systems are go as of Friday, May 9, 2014 at 4pm.
As previously announced, you are responsible for working out proctoring services with your local school if your final exam requires a proctor. Please check this list here to see if you need a proctor.
If you have questions, please contact the support desk, support (at) montanadigitalacademy.org.
Attention Graduating Seniors:
Please review our senior exit information located here. Seniors are individually responsible for contacting their instructors by April 15th to work out details of early departure should your local school calendar justifies modification of the schedule.
Hello from Montana Digital Academy!
MTDA has moved its website to a new platform over the weekend and will spend time over the next week cleaning up broken links and making changes to give you better access to the information you are looking for on our site.
If you run into a broken link or other website issue, please contact our helpdesk with that information. Thank you!
Attention all Fall 2013 high school original credit students:
MTDA final exams are scheduled for the week of January 13th. All final exams must be taken by 5pm on Friday, January 17th.
Many MTDA classes required that you have your final exam in your MTDA class proctored by an adult proctored named by your local school. Your MTDA teacher should have informed you if you needed a proctored final, however, if you don’t know if you need one or now, please see our list of classes that require a proctor by clicking here: link.
Each local school handles the proctoring requirement differently. You should contact your local site facilitator as soon as possible to arrange for a time and place to take the exam. It is ultimately your responsibility to make sure you have set up proctoring to take your exam on time!