We are pleased to let everyone know that Microsoft Forms is now available for use via Office 365 accounts. For full information, including support and training materials, please visit the MS Forms @ UofT website: http://office365.utoronto.ca/about/forms/
Did you know that the fine folks at UofT Procurement Services have a list of pre – qualified Drupal suppliers that you can work with if you want to build a Drupal website? Check out their website for more information: https://www.procurement.utoronto.ca/programs-and-services/approved-suppliers/computers-hardware-technical-services/drupal-website
For those wanting all the latest information about the roll out of Quercus, please bookmark our project website: http://toolboxrenewal.utoronto.ca
Hello again. The LME project is off to a great start. We will be posting project updates on a regular basis on the project website. Please make sure to bookmark the site, and here’s a link directly to project updates for your convenience: http://toolboxrenewal.utoronto.ca/category/updates/
I hope by now everyone has seen the announcement by now that the University has chosen a software package to drive its new Academic Toolbox, but in case you haven’t, here’s the link to the announcement: http://toolboxrenewal.utoronto.ca/2017/10/19/838/
Great news that Lynda.com resources are now available to members of the University community. Check out the announcement here: https://www.ecampusontario.ca/partnering-lynda-com/
According to the Ontario Minister for Advanced Education and Skills Development, Deb Matthews, “The partnership between eCampusOntario and Lynda.com will allow students from across the province to access new, innovative learning tools beyond the classroom. Opening up free, high-quality, technology-enabled learning opportunities for students is part of our Career Kick-Start Strategy to prepare them for the jobs of tomorrow and grow our economy for years to come.”
Update April 2018: And you can read more about it in the UofT context here: https://onesearch.library.utoronto.ca/news/lyndacom-online-courses-now-available-u-t-students-faculty-and-staff
UofT Instructors –
do you have an interesting and innovative idea for incorporating technology
into your teaching but just need a little help getting it off the ground?
For more than 15 years, the Provost’s Instructional Technology Innovation Fund
has been providing seed funding and support for innovative teaching ideas.
The fund features three streams – up to $2000 without a matching requirement,
up to $5000 with a matching requirement, or a support stream, where you can
get dedicated access to a professional staff member to help you bring your project to life.
For all the details, including access to the online application form, please visit
This year’s deadline to apply is November 10
And please share with colleagues who may be interested.