• New technologies on the horizon – an update from Academic & Collaborative Technologies

    Ryan Green, Educational Technology Liaison, Academic & Collaborative Technologies During the academic calendar year of 2014 Academic & Collaborative Technologies (ACT) and CTSI have been working with a number of development teams to bring some new technologies to our community through our Learning Portal.  A selection of some of our projects are below: WeBWorkWeBWork is […]

  • Celebrating Teaching

    Recipients of U of T’s divisional, institutional and external teaching awards for 2014, celebrated with senior administration and CTSI on November 27th for the inaugural Excellence in Teaching reception. (photo by Liz Do)  

  • Researching the Inverted Classroom

    Earlier this month, over 250 members of the University of Toronto teaching and learning community shared their commitment to developing and enhancing their knowledge of effective teaching practices. The 9th Annual Teaching & Learning Symposium at Hart House explored a wide range of ideas, issues and possibilities related to change. I was fortunate to both […]

  • Learn more about U of T’s Centre for Community Partnerships

    Did you know that… 94% of student respondents who have taken a community-engaged learning course at the University of Toronto want to take another community-engaged learning course? Community-engaged learning courses have been offered in over 25 disciplines across all three campuses of the University of Toronto including political science, human biology, astronomy, sociology and women […]

  • A few reasons to attend the 2014 Teaching & Learning Symposium

    We’ll let your U of T colleagues tell you the benefits of attending the Teaching & Learning Symposium: This all day event, featuring Teaching Strategies Workshops, Research on Teaching and Learning, Teaching Dilemma Sessions, and Nifty Assignments, is open to all U of T instructors, staff and librarians. University of Toronto’s 9th Annual Teaching and […]

  • The blog about blogs….

    Now that some of the dust has settled—and before the next round swells up—we thought it might be time pause and listen to the many (online) voices around U of T. This is, of course, only a small sampling of what is available but will hopefully get you started and move beyond the President’s Blog […]

  • CTSI UpFront

    The first in a new video series – animated by Julia Huynh, CTSI summer work study student:  

  • McMaster University Symposium on Education & Cognition

    By Kristie Dukewich, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto More and more cognitive researchers are directing their research to develop evidence-based applications for educational interventions, and I have to say, it seems like a natural union. I attended the McMaster Symposium on Education & Cognition, August 12th-14th, 2014 and this meeting was particularly interesting because […]

  • Totally, nailed it!

    Ignore the New Year and springtime propaganda. Autumn is the best time to hit the restart button. Even though I am no longer in school, my body and mind process fall as a time for new beginnings. Thankfully, I’ve evolved past the return from summer determined to make this the-best-year-ever feeling (though, if I could […]

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