The GOLD (Guide for Online Developers) Rubric is made up of course development standards aligned to evidence-based practices and industry standards for online learning. Feel free to use this printable document as a resource while you develop your M50 course:
GOLD Rubric >
  M50 Scheduling Forms are only needed the first time a M50 course is offered: 
M50 Scheduling Form >
The Course Planning Sheet is very helpful in staying on track while building your course:
Course Planning Sheet >
The Course Recomendations recommends the following criteria when designing, developing, & delivering an online, hybrid, or blended course.
Course Recommendations >
In response to the ongoing need to provide flexible instructional formats, the UM3D: Instructional Impact team recommends the following when facilitating synchronous, virtual class meetings:
Strategies for Virtual Class Meetings >
For guides and ideas on conducting online assessments:
Assessments >



To request the UM3D Global template be added to your course:

Request Global Template >

To begin proposing a new program: 
To propose a new Course start here: 
To request a media production consultation: 

External Links

Universal Design for Learning resource: 
Our Toolkit with the latest on design and delivery:
If you require assistance with technical issues: 

 ITS >

We suggest Screencast-o-Matic to create DIY media quickly and easily: