Engaging Your Students

Whether in-person, online, in the field or a part of experiential learning, engaging with our students improves the teaching and learning experience for all involved.

Collaborative Annotation Tools

ACT Major Projects – Update There is currently an ongoing RFSQ review for a Collaborative Annotation Solution for the Academic Toolbox.  Please see the Academic & Collaborative Technologies (ACT) Major

Quick Guide to Online Learning

See below for quick reference to key components to consider when setting up your online or remote learning environment. For more information on online learning topics and/or educational technology tools:

Past CTSI Workshop Recordings

This page contains recordings of workshops from the Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation (CTSI) and their associated resources, covering various aspects of teaching and learning, as well as Quercus

Online Discussion Tools

ACT Major Projects – Update There is currently an ongoing RFP review of Discussion Tools for the Academic Toolbox.  Please see the Academic & Collaborative Technologies (ACT) Major Projects Update

Student Response Systems

ACT Major Projects – Update There is currently an ongoing RFSQ review for an Audience Response Solution for the Academic Toolbox.  Please see the ACT Major Projects Update Wiki for

First Class Strategies

The following tips and resources are designed to support instructors as they begin a new course, in-person or online. Divisions and departments might have resources specific to their individual needs

Developing a Course Syllabus

Before crafting your University of Toronto course syllabus: Check with your own Division or home unit to identify the relevant local policies and procedures that need to be considered or

Course Design

The following resources and strategies support instructors as they prepare courses for the in-person or online environment. If you would like to meet with a CTSI staff member to discuss

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