The Rich Content editor Icon Maker allows instructors to create simple icons for their courses.
Welcome to the Academic Toolbox
This is the search page for specific individual tools available in the U of T Academic Toolbox.
Within the search area below, you can select Toggle Filters to sort the Tool Guides based on integrations type or place in the Academic Toolbox category. Our Tool Finder provides a menu of tools in various pedagogical categories.
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MasteryPaths in an option that can be enabled in Quercus. It allows instructors to customize or differentiate learning based on student performance. Instructors identify different activities for each learning path to help students in tha
The Microsoft Office 365 integration allows students and instructors to collaborate on Office 365 OneDrive files within Quercus.
The Microsoft Office 365 integration allows instructors to assign and collect assignments Office 365 OneDrive files within Quercus.
Add your course learning outcomes as Outcomes on Quercus so that they can be included in rubrics when grading student assignments, discussions or quizzes. This provides an easy way to assess student achievement of th
The Library Resources integration provides students with quick access to commonly used library links, including the library’s article and catalogue search.
The Microsoft Office 365 integration allows students and instructors to use, create, share, and collaborate on Office 365 OneDrive files within Quercus.
UT Optical Mark Recognition (OMR) Grade Upload tool is used to upload grades produced from optical mark recognition software such as Remark Office and OpScan in to the Quercus Gradebook.
Pearson MyLab & Mastering is an optional integration in Quercus, that provides instructors and students with access to course materials and learning activities developed by Pearson.
McGraw-Hill Connect is an optional integration in Quercus, that provides instructors and students with access to course materials and learning activities developed by McGraw-Hill.
The Library Reading List application manages course reserves material reserved through the University of Toronto Library’s Course Reserve and Syllabus Service System. If you are using this service, it is recomme
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