U of T Resources
The Faculty Toolkit is designed to help new instructors as they begin their work at the University of Toronto but is also an excellent resource for returning instructors, staff and students. As a world leader in higher education, U of T offers support for teaching, learning and research at the institutional, departmental and individual level.
To help you navigate your way around campus, U of T offers an online MAP.
Please follow the links below for information on available resources:
COPYRIGHT AT U of T
University of Toronto Libraries (UTL) provides information about copyright at U of T, including Fair Dealing Practices and a list of copy shops licensed by Access Copyright, through their Scholarly Communications and Copyright Office.
It is important to note that the University continues to work closely with the University of Toronto Bookstore to provide course materials to students. To produce a course pack, faculty can contact their usual textbook coordinator at the Bookstore who can explain the process. You may also contact CSPI directly at 416-929-2774 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You are encouraged to contact them for your coursepack needs.
Course Reserves and Syllabus Service
Make your course readings available to students while respecting Canadian copyright provisions and existing U of T licensing agreements by visiting: https://onesearch.library.utoronto.ca/copyright/course-reserves-and-syllabus-service
Please visit the University of Toronto’s Academic Integrity site for more information.
It is important to familiarize yourself with the University of Toronto’s policies and procedures on academic matters. The Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters pertains to all students and faculty at the University of Toronto and is reprinted in all academic calendars.
The ACADEMIC YEAR
Learn more about the basics of the calendar year at the University of Toronto; exam periods, course calendar information, class times, religious holidays, ordering textbooks, office hours and email.