Remote Learning

Remote/Distance Learning

Online education usually involves phases of analysis and design that cannot be implemented in remote learning during a crisis like COVID-19. MSG has the capacity and learning management platforms to pivot online education to remote learning. This will allow knowledge sharing through the use of technology systems and instructional methods designed to quickly engage youth and adult populations. MSG is prepared to overcome the challenges posed by the new COVID-19 environment on distance learning by developing federal-state partnerships with innovative approaches to increasing youth and adult access to and success in education. MSG will also establish development programs based on best practices and past performance to encourage employer engagement in the postsecondary education of working adults. Finally, an agile evaluation of what instructional approaches are producing the expected outcomes will allow for the flexibility to adjust in real time to new remote learning demands, audiences and platforms.


Anne Chamberlain
Senior Director, Programs

Erwin Coleman
Principal Associate, Corporate Relations