Tool Guides

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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WeBWorK is an open-source online homework system for math and science courses. WeBWorK is supported by the M
You can access Microsoft Copilot by navigating to copilot.microsoft.com and follow the prompts to login to your University of Toronto Microsoft 365 account.
The Canvas Teacher mobile app allows instructors and course staff to access course content and receive course communications on a mobile device. The Canvas Student mobile app allows instructors and students to conveniently access
The Microsoft 365 integration allows students and instructors to collaborate on the same OneDrive file within Quercus.
The Microsoft 365 integration allows instructors to assign and collect assignments Microsoft OneDrive files within Quercus.
Zoom is a cloud-based video communications tool that allows you to set up virtual video and audio conferencing, webinars, live chats, screen-sharing, and other collaborative capabilities. As of August 2022, Quercu
The University of Toronto has licensed TechSmith Snagit as the institutional lecture recording solution to provide screen and audio recording. Resulting videos are saved locally on the computer where they were recorde
The Library Resources integration provides students with quick access to commonly used library links, including the library’s article and catalogue search.
Zoom is a cloud-based video communications tool that allows you to set up virtual video and audio conferencing, webinars, live chats, screen-sharing, and other collaborative capabilities.
MyMedia, maintained by the University of Toronto Library, is a service that can host your videos. Videos can be shared through a link or embed code without needing to add a list of approved viewers, or sharing the video
Microsoft Stream (on SharePoint) is a University of Toronto platform available for hosting, captioning, and sharing videos recordings.
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