The College of Asia and the Pacific at ANU is known for it’s creative approach to the support and professional development of academics using Moodle. However like many other units supporting academics we are faced with the sad reality that, although some sites are designed in a clear and organized way, others clearly show that “scroll of death” is alive and kicking, especially among the “low tech” segment of our teaching staff. It is the old problem: easy to preach to the converted, but not so easy to change the way people do things - simply because it all seems way too hard. Students clearly tell us what is needed to improve the design and ultimately the usability of courses, but getting the message across sometimes is not straightforward. This is particularly the case when, like many teaching institutions, staff are appointed at the last minute and technology training competes with all other aspects of academic life. The other problem facing us now is that the new version of Moodle allows drag and drop even in the main page, so dragging everything in a mad scramble filling topics to the brim is far too easy, and the revenge of the scroll of death is upon us! So SMART (Sustainable Models for Adaptive and Responsive Teaching) was born . The idea is simple, instead of giving lecturers an empty Moodle site, give them a template with a choice of 3 ways to organize their site with an inbuilt “how to” guide and links to fully developed sample sites. This presentation will explain how the idea started, how it is implemented and the results so far."