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Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation

130 St. George Street, Robarts Library, 4th floor

Course Planning Mini Guides

Explore CTSI’s curated collection of resources, webinars, tip sheets and videos. These three flexible, asynchronous mini guides are meant to provide autonomous learning pathways for instructors to navigate based on needs or interest:

Course Design for Online

CTSI’s Course Design for Online series introduces the principles of integrated course design and effective online pedagogy to instructors developing a new course or revising an existing course to suit an online environment.

Key Resources

In-class instruction guidelines for instructor returning to campus:

Guidelines on the use/purchase of digital learning materials:

Resource for instructors working in an online environment:

New resource to help instructors plan and implement accessible assessments and navigate accommodated testing considerations in the online environment:

Existing resources for teaching in the current context:

3 Pathways for CTSI Programming for Online/Remote Teaching

Choose your pathway or select from all 3!

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Teaching Online/Remotely Planning Guide for next term:
This resource guide explores key considerations and provides examples and how-to guides for course planning.

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Synchronous and asynchronous programming to support online/remote teaching:

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Schedule individual, personalized support:

Until further notice, due to ongoing physical distancing requirements, CTSI staff are continuing to work remotely and the CTSI office in Robarts Library remains closed. CTSI is, however, fully operational. Note that regular hours for CTSI are Monday – Friday, 8:45am – 5pm. All work, including responses to emails, will occur within these hours.

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