Continuity Planning

For Instructors at the University of Toronto

Contact your department/division regarding policies and procedures governing the administration of courses (e.g., syllabus templates, grading and grade reporting policies, sessional dates, instructor absences, assignment extensions).

In-class instruction guidelines for instructor returning to campus this term:

Updated guidelines on the use/purchase of digital learning materials:

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SUPPORT FOR DESIGNING ONLINE/REMOTE COURSES

ACCESSIBILITY SUPPORTS

EQUITY, DIVERSITY, AND INCLUSION (EDI) IN ONLINE TEACHING

  • See the guidance from U of T’s EDI office on Creating an Inclusive Online Environment (PDF)
  • In your syllabus and Quercus course shell, include the following text that reflects current academic policies:
    The University of Toronto is committed to equity, human rights and respect for diversity. All members of the learning environment in this course should strive to create an atmosphere of mutual respect where all members of our community can express themselves, engage with each other, and respect one another’s differences. U of T does not condone discrimination or harassment against any persons or communities.

LIBRARY SUPPORT

SUPPORT FOR TAs

GUIDING STUDENTS

COURSE EVALUATIONS

  • For important information regarding course evaluations during affected terms, please consult the Course Evaluations tab in Quercus

CONTINUITY PLANNING ARCHIVE