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.

Generative Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom

What is Generative Artificial Intelligence and what application does it have for classroom instruction & learning? Tools that leverage Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Large Language Models to generate new

Collaborative Annotation Tools

Collaborative annotation (or social annotation) tools are available to support community learning and collaboration on digital content.  These tools make it possible for multiple collaborators to comment or annotate in

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

ARC Major Projects – Update Following an open tendering process for discussion tools, the ED discussion tool is no longer available as an integrated and supported tool in our Academic

Student Response Systems

Audience Response RFSQ update:   Following the University’s open tendering process for audience response tools, we are pleased to inform University instructors and staff that iClicker Cloud (integrated with Quercus)

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

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