What is ITV?
It is an interactive video course that offers students an opportunity to attend at either the main campus in Tishomingo or the campus in Ardmore when enrolled in a course at Murray State College. Digitally compressed voice, data, and video signals are transmitted through telephone lines and provide live broadcast access to specified classrooms. The classrooms are linked by camera and TV monitors which allow for the two-way communication with the faculty and students of the course. This interactive classroom is integrated with multimedia for enhanced learning and teaching.
What does ITV Tishomingo Campus and ITV Ardmore Campus mean?
ITV Tishomingo Campus
classes are broadcast from the Tishomingo campus to the Ardmore Higher Education Center in Ardmore. The instructor will be at the Tishomingo location. This information can be found in your class schedule brochure.
ITV Ardmore Campus
classes are broadcast from the Ardmore Higher Education Center in Ardmore to the Tishomingo campus. The instructor will be at the AHEC location. This information can be found in your class schedule brochure.
Faculty who teach ITV courses frequently teach from both locations (if they are able) in order to provide more personal face to face interaction with their students.
All enrolled MSC students are assigned an email account. ALL instructors use the student's MSC email account as the communication tool for the class. To get information on how to access your MSC email, go to the MSC Web Site
and click Student Email
located on the homepage.