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.

Recording of Lectures and Class Sessions

Audio and Video Recording of Lectures and Class Sessions More information on Recording Technologies can be found on the Academic and Collaborative Technologies site. There are several possible reasons a

Course Life Cycle

The Quercus course life cycle is a timeline of events a course goes through from creation to delivery to archived (read-only*). This resource will help you plan to build, update,

Teaching with Social Media

Teaching with social media This guide is also available in PDF format. This guide provides an overview of teaching with social media at the University of Toronto. Its goal is to

Tech Tips

  Subscribe to the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation e-newsletter for weekly news and tips. Access Past Issues of the newsletter. 2022-09-19 Tech Tip: Finding the right tech tools

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

Plagiarism Detection

Plagiarism Detection Tool The University’s plagiarism detection tool is an efficient way to identify common writing issues and deter plagiarism in course assignments. Instructors using this tool can create an

Quercus Support

Support available from your Academic unit Look up your Divisional Support Contact who can support you and your academic technology needs with the tools in the Quercus Academic Toolbox.  Your

Divisional Support Contacts

Support from your Local Academic Unit DIVISION/ FACULTY CONTACT Applied Science and Engineering Education Technology Office  fase.edtech@utoronto.ca Architecture and Forestry For technical problems– IT@daniels.utoronto.ca For all other issues– programs@daniels.utoronto.ca Arts

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