Generative AI Virtual Drop In: Getting Started with Microsoft Copilot

Bi-weekly on Tuedays | 1pm-3pm 

Join CTSI for an interactive virtual drop-in for University of Toronto instructors and staff. This is your opportunity to get hands-on experience with Microsoft Copilot, a powerful generative AI model that has been approved for use by the University. Visit CTSI Events for more information. 

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Teaching with Generative AI at U of T

This new resource addresses generative artificial intelligence in teaching and learning within the University of Toronto context. It offers support to U of T instructors interested in generative AI and seeking information on how to include, or better engage with, generative AI in their teaching practice, including tips to get you started, institutional guidance, and upcoming workshops.

Quercus Support & the Academic Toolbox

Explore CTSI’s Educational Technology resources to learn more about the options and support available for U of T instructors and staff: Tool Guides, a Tool Finder  and Teach with Technology articles .

The Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI) provides leadership in teaching and learning at the University of Toronto and provides support for pedagogy and pedagogy-driven instructional technology for all teaching staff and teaching assistants (primarily through the Teaching Assistant’s Training Program) across the university’s campuses and divisions.

Services

Explore the various ways you can get involved and seek support from CTSI for your teaching. Visit What We Offer and Resources for a more comprehensive list of offerings.

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