• Academic Toolbox Renewal Spotlight

    When you are thinking of using a new educational technology, do you askyourself, ­ “Does the tool (or company behind the tool), protect sensitiveinformation, such as student data or your intellectual property from beingput at risk and/or being used by others?” When considering services and solutions for use with your students, it is essential to […]

  • SoTL Skills Development Workshop: Searching the Higher Education Literature

    Thinking of embarking on a SoTL study and/or seeking evidence-based pedagogical research to inform your teaching practices?  Consider registering for this upcoming workshop on May 11th. SoTL Skills Development Workshop: Searching the Higher Education LiteratureMay 11th 201512pm-2pm    REGISTER The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) engages instructors along a continuum of inquiry into their teaching. […]

  • 3 Things You Should Know About Lecture Capture

    Laure Perrier, Academic and Collaborative Technology Liaison, CTSI Number 1 Lecture capture is an umbrella term describing any technology that lets instructors digitally record their classroom activity (using audio and/or video, screen capture, or PowerPoint slides) and make those recordings available to students. The University of Toronto has licensed two lecture capture products for use […]

  • TATP: Shorts

    Teaching Assistants’ Training Program’s Coordinators and Trainers offer some quick tips on review, close reading, and exam prep. All videos were edited by Wesley Adams, CTSI’s Video Editor and Production Assistant.    

  • Preparing Graduate Students for a Changing World of Work

    By Megan Burnett, Assistant Director, CTSI/TATP If you are a graduate student, or know a graduate student, these questions may have come up in conversation: Will I get an academic position once I finish my degree? What kind of position will I be able to obtain? What can I do now during my graduate program […]

  • Online and On Target for Deeper Learning

    By Will Heikoop, Online Learning Coordinator Professor Bill Ju has taught HMB300 Neurobiology of Behaviour numerous times since joining the University of Toronto in 2009. It’s an intermediate course in neuroscience that focuses on higher brain functions and mechanisms underlying human and animal behaviours. The course was taught in a familiar fashion: two hours of […]

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