University of Toronto

  • Recognizing and Valuing Teaching at UofT

    By Pam Gravestock, PhD, Associate Director, CTSI I recently had the pleasure of attending the inaugural Excellence in Teaching reception, honouring faculty who have received teaching awards over the past year.  Hosted by Vice-President and Provost, Cheryl Regehr, this event recognized the accomplishments of our great teachers – those who have received internal awards, such […]

  • Ready-made lists of library resources for your course

    Are your students having trouble finding scholarly sources for their assignments?  Not sure where they can turn for help with their research questions? The library has designed ready-made pages of discipline-specific resources – recommended books & e-books, journals, databases, and other print and online resources – to help your students get started with their research. […]

  • Teaching & Learning Symposium: reactions

    The 2014 Teaching & Learning Symposium, held on November 3rd at Hart House, proved to be an inspiring day for the almost 300 attendees. Over the course of the day – and twenty-five sessions presented by U of T instructors, staff and librarians – teaching and learning in Canadian higher education was discussed, analyzed, and […]

  • Setting the Tone NOW: Engaging Students in your Course Evaluations

    By Cherie Werhun, PhD, Teaching Assessment & Course Evaluation Coordinator, CTSI Let’s be honest: Course evaluations are the last thing on an instructor’s mind in early September. Rather, this is the time when last minute course reading selections are being made, TA assignments are being worked out, and drafts of multiple versions of a course […]

  • The Cheesy Smackdown

    I am feeling very full right now. Full of cheesy, comfort food goodness thanks to the Mac’n’Cheese Smackdown. Organized by UeaTs (Food Services at U of T), the same folks who brought us Food Truck Fridays and co-sponsored World Food Day events on campus, the Smackdown brought 5 chefs (from New College, Victoria, St. Mike’s, […]

  • Good advice for us all

    I read the Life @ U of T blog regularly – interesting stories, great tips about campus life – but I found Sarah’s post this week particularly moving. It was a genuine “I’ve been there!” kind of feeling. Because yes, I’ve been there. My undergraduate degree took a rather long time (I will, at long […]

  • Grand Opening: CTSI, Robarts Library Reference Services and new student study areas

    It started with a need for new student spaces. After conducting focus groups, surveys and consultations with students, we knew U of T students wanted study spaces with natural light, comfortable seating, access to computers and wireless networks, and conveniently located to other resources (e.g. books). Thanks to a generous donation by Russell and Katherine […]

  • Life @ U of T and CTSI

    We are excited to welcome Lori, the newest member of the CTSI family. Lori will be contributing regular posts to the Life @ U of T blog. I will let Lori introduce herself – her first post went up on Thursday and her second post appeared today – but we wanted to add that we’re […]

  • Munk School and TIFF: a perfect combination

    One of the exciting things about fall (and I can think of many nice and/or exciting things, including knee socks and the return of Parks and Recreation) is that U of T lecture series kick into high gear. One of the first to arrive is a co-presentation with Munk School of Global Affairs and the […]

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