Learn more on the Academic Toolbox website.
The University of Toronto supports a number of technologies and initiatives concerning educational and academic technologies. You can find a list in the left menu, as well as information on using technologies in your classroom.
Information updates and topics of interest about technology at U of T can be found at the Academic Technology Initiative website.
In this section, you will find information on:
- Online Learning
- Online Exams
- Teaching and Technology (including Lecture Capture, Turnitin, iClickers and Remark)
- Piazza Statement for Instructors
- Audio Visual recording of lectures and class sessions
If a U of T instructor is interested in using technology in their classroom, they should first consult the Guidelines for the Appropriate Use of Information Technology.
U of T’s Quercus:
Instructors, administrators and teaching assistants using the University of Toronto’s academic toolbox – Quercus – can visit https://q.utoronto.ca/courses/46670 for resources and and training information.