Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register for MAT’s online courses and webinars?
All of MAT’s online courses and webinars are currently housed in our custom learning management system (LMS). If you are a new student you will need to visit our LMS here to create an account. After you’ve created an account, you can follow the instructions on the welcome page to register for and access your courses.
MAT courses are offered in 4 terms: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. You can find a registration schedule here.
Where can I login to access my courses?
You can access your account with our LMS and enter your courses at the following link: http://conservationlearning.remote-learner.net/login/index.php
What do I need to take a MAT course?
MAT‘s 4-6 week online courses require that participants have reliable Internet and email access, basic computer skills, and the ability to create MS Word documents. Check the syllabus of each course to find out if there is a required text.
Your course information includes a course or webinar fee. How can I pay my course fee?
Students will be invoiced for course fees by email during the first week of courses. Invoices will be due upon receipt and can be paid by check or credit card. Students may withdraw up until 48 hours before online courses and webinars begin without being invoiced for course/webinar fees. Books and other course materials are not included in course fees. For more about billing, click here or contact Tim Gray at email@example.com or (304) 876-7988.
The MAT course I’m trying to register for appears to be full. How can I be added to the waitlist for this course?
Space in courses and webinars is limited and will often fill quickly, so we recommend students register early. If a course reaches capacity before you are able to register, you will encounter a disclaimer stating: “This course is presently full. If you proceed you’ll be placed on a waiting list and will be enrolled automatically and informed by email when space becomes available.” We will monitor waitlisted individuals and use this information to determine if there is enough interest to offer a second session of a course.