The MOOC design tool is a template for describing and sequencing activities in a MOOC. This article (14 page PDF) describes the tool and the results of a limited survey-based evaluation of its function and utility. From my perspective, the main weakness of the tool is that it is designed horizontally rather than vertically. There's only six types of activity (video, readings, discussions, tests, emails, and other; these should be columns, rather than rows. Then each row can be a time element - thus, making the template more like an itinerary rather than a Gantt chart, and giving people more room to enter data. (It should also be digital rather than paper, so the page can increase in size when there's more to add).