Teaching with Technology

Welcome to the Academic Toolbox

You can view our articles related to Teaching with Technology below.  If you are looking for support with a specific tool in the Quercus Academic Toolbox, visit our Tool Guides to search by name or category.

Guidance for Potential Risks in Remote Teaching

This resource has been developed to help guide instructors’ preparations and decision-making when designing a course for online/remote delivery and taking into account students who may have different learning and

Quercus Quick Guide

U of T Quercus: Integrated Tools to Facilitate Teaching and Learning The University of Toronto’s academic technology toolbox is powered by Quercus.  Quercus is based on the Canvas Learning Management

Tool Guide Menu

Tool Finder Are you wondering which tools to choose to achieve learning goals for your course? Use our Tool Finder to see guides for the various tools in our Academic

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

Quercus course templates and example courses

View Quercus Course Templates We have created course templates to provide instructors and instructional staff with a framework for using the Quercus tools to build their own course sites. View

Online Assessment Tools

ACT Major Projects – Update There is currently an ongoing RFx review of Online Grading Solutions for the Academic Toolbox.  Please see the Academic & Collaborative Technologies (ACT) Major Projects

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

Lecture Capture

Lecture Capture software available at U of T:   You can use webinar tools (MS Teams Meeting or Zoom) to create a meeting of one (just yourself) and using the

Student Support

Instructors: feel free to share this support page with your students For more tips, please follow the Quercus Student Blog: https://qstudents.utoronto.ca/ Quercus Tools: Quercus Discussions Discussions Quercus Discussions allow course

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