U of T Libraries
Faculty can work with the University of Toronto Libraries to build student research skills and integrate information literacy into courses. UTL has compiled a list of resources available to help you reach your teaching goals:
Libraries – Supporting Teaching
Library Resources for Faculty
QUICK CONTACTS FOR FACULTY
Contact your liaison librarian for assistance with library resources and services.
Put Items on Course Reserve
Staff from the library’s Syllabus Service will review your course reading lists, purchase any needed transactional licenses, and make your readings available online or at your preferred library, at no cost to you.
U of T has many resources to help you with copyright. Visit uoft.me/copyrighthelp
Work with the U of T Book Store for textbooks and coursepacks, use the library, or make materials available yourself (or visit https://onesearch.library.utoronto.ca/copyright/course-readings-information-instructors for all of the above!)
The library offers regularly scheduled, free workshops to the U of T community.
Library Resources in Quercus Courses
Discipline-specific library resources appear in every Quercus course by default, under the menu item Library Resources. View the current feed for any course at https://onesearch.library.utoronto.ca/public-view-library-resources
Suggest a Title for Library Purchase
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT
Head, Faculty & Student Engagement
University of Toronto Libraries
CTSI partners with the University of Toronto Libraries on the Partnering for Academic Student Success (PASS) program that brings seconded librarians to CTSI to collaborate and advise on teaching and research initiatives. You can learn more about CTSI’s Partnerships and read previous PASS reports online.