Intercampus Course Sharing

Call for Proposals

A new round of funding is available for faculty interested in intercampus course sharing. Submit a draft proposal to an Instructional Designer in your Educational Technology Office.

 Information for Faculty

The course sharing program enables faculty to reach students from any University within the UM System by allowing the students to enroll in a course using their regular home campus registration process. Course sharing offers many benefits to faculty and students. For faculty it offers 1) the opportunity to collaborate with faculty from other universities within the UM System, 2) faculty development around course development and design and 3) compensation for the time it takes to develop the course or other resources to allow for the best content delivery. In order to participate one faculty member will complete the proposal(s) for the course(s) they wish to share with other UM Universities.


Spring 2019 RFP

Submission Schedule and Forms

  • Proposals open for submission NOW
  • Best Practices Webinar - New webinar dates coming soon! 

  • March 8: Proposals Due to Instructional Designers
  • March 8-April 3: Faculty will have a two-week period to work with Instructional Designers and develop a final version of their proposal.
  • On or before March 22 a member of the Instructional Design staff will submit the completed proposal to the Provost Office for review.
  • The Provost Office will have one week in which to recommend proposals for final committee approval.
  • Final committee approval and award notification will occur toward the later part of the semester.

Instructional Design staff

Campus Ed. Tech. Office Contact Info. Phone Email
MU ET@MO 130 Heinkel Building (573) 882-3303 etHELP@missouri.edu
UMKC UMKC Online Miller Nichols Library (816) 235-6595 online@umkc.edu
Missouri S&T EdTech 102 Centennial, 300 W. 12th St. (573) 341-4131 edtech@mst.edu
UMSL CTL 519 Lucas Hall (314) 516-4508 ctl@umsl.edu

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty Resources

 

Information for Students

 

 

 

 

Reviewed 2019-03-07.