Category: Quercus

Great stuff keeps coming – the Quercus Student Blog

If you haven’t book-marked the Quercus Student Blog yet, you definitely should – it’s a great sources of information and ideas – ostensibly for and by students – but in actuality, it’s great for everyone at UofT. Check it out

Pages vs Modules

Our colleagues in our Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering have developed a lovely and helpful document explaining the differences between Pages and Modules in Quercus. As they write, “In Canvas/Quercus, a Module is a way to organize and display

Quercus Support Site

The wonderful members of the ACT support team in the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation have put together a fabulous new Quercus Support Site with the collaboration of educational technology professional colleagues from all around the University. Check it

Welcome to September

Welcome to September.  Quercus is now the University of Toronto’s new online teaching and learning environment. You can read all about support and training opportunities on our Toolbox project website.

Student Quercus Blog

The team has launched a website (blog) for students and by students, all about our new Learning environment – Quercus – check out the first post here: https://qstudents.utoronto.ca/quercus-theres-an-app-for-that/

U of T’s online AODA training

The University’s Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Office 30-minute online training modules are moving from Portal to Quercus. As a result, notifications asking participants to register as a student in the course are being sent out by Quercus <notifications@instructure.com>.

Quercus Training

Teaching with Quercus

Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kLSubiBOfx0

Toolbox Renewal Website

For those wanting all the latest information about the roll out of Quercus, please bookmark our project website: http://toolboxrenewal.utoronto.ca

WE HAVE A NAME!!!!

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