Sept 2021 News

June 1, 2021

A new faculty website is now live. The site integrates resources for faculty from all four campus instances. This includes key information on professional development opportunities, online teaching and learning workshops, and other faculty support from Missouri Online | Office of eLearning. 

Answers to your FAQs: 

  • All of the information on our former faculty resource site, Keep Learning, is now available on 

  • Keep Learning is available until Jan. 21, 2022. After that, visitors will automatically be redirected to the new site. 

  • We recommend updating your old links and bookmarks from Keep Learning before Jan. 22, 2022 to ensure you experience a smooth transition. More questions? Reach out to us at 

Apply for the Faculty Peer Reviewer Corps

Missouri Online | eLearning invites faculty to apply for the Faculty Peer Reviewer Corps (FPRC). Applicants must have a strong interest and background in online teaching, learning and course design. 

FPRC members will receive training to perform Quality Course Reviews. These ensure all of our courses meet the UM System quality standards highlighted in the 5 Pillars of Effective Course Design. Reviewers will conduct 10 to 12 reviews per year and earn $100 per credit hour reviewed. For details, contact Amanda Swaim by Sept. 15:

Understand One Canvas Roles

One Canvas lets you choose from nine possible roles including teacher, student TA, guest, observer, administrator and more. Check out this article about Canvas roles on the new faculty site for a complete list with details. 

Find Panopto videos in One Canvas

Panopto videos from all four campus instances are now available on One Canvas.  Learn more about Panopto at one of our upcoming training sessionsMore One Canvas questions? Check out the migration FAQs, or reach out to us at

Sign up for an online teaching certification seminar

It’s not too late to register for one of the last 2021 sessions: 

  • Sept. 13 to Oct. 25
  • Sept. 27 to Nov. 8
  • Oct. 4 to Nov. 15

Register now

About us

Missouri Online was created to support digital education and encourage significant enrollment growth in online programs across our four universities. Our team of instructional designers and developers, learning technologists, student services professionals, program coordinators and marketing specialists are here to assist you.