The University of Missouri System Office of eLearning serves the four UM System universities with resources for developing and administering online courses and programs. It also provides state-of-the-art technology platforms to support digital learning.
Through Missouri Online, we increase access to a four-university network of accredited, highly ranked and outcomes-oriented online educational offerings. Your academic unit can partner with us to deliver outstanding distance education to online learners.
Growing online programs?
As online learning evolves, we are dedicated to remaining a leader in academic innovation. No two learning experiences are the same and with eLearning, we have the opportunity to serve more students than ever before. With collaboration and advances in technology, programs have the ability to optimize their eLearning capabilities and build upon them. As part of its strategic plan, the UM System has made resources available for campuses to collaborate and expand eLearning through the Online Program Scaling Process.
Program development support
Do you have an existing online program, or are you interested in developing an online program? If so, a dedicated program coordinator will be assigned to each project to partner with your academic unit in fostering the program exploration process, from concept planning to implementation.
Instructional design support
Whether you are interested in instructional design support to refresh an existing course, develop an online course or create an online program, the Office of eLearning is ready to assist you.
The Office of eLearning is here to help UM System faculty/instructors succeed at teaching online courses and developing online programs. We offer many resources to assist you, and you can always contact us with questions.
The UM System Office of eLearning website provides faculty and online program leaders with program and course quality information as well as processes focused on improving student outcomes and program growth.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Office of eLearning created Keep Learning, a website with tips, resources and important information for students, faculty/instructors and staff to use when shifting to remote learning.
Through the Teaching Tools website, the Office of eLearning Academic Technology team offers support, and provides in-depth articles and discussion forums focused on online teaching tools.