Like almost all North American schools (and many around the world), we’ve had to switch the way we teach and learn due to the Covid-19 pandemic. That means significant increases in the use of technology, and in demand for support around those technologies. In a series of posts, we will be sharing some of what we are seeing, and hopefully, visualizations of those changes.
In this first post, I wanted to share an extremely important link to the Continuity website being hosted by our University’s Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation, with a wealth of information (being added to daily). Recognizing that people have different learning styles, including our instructors, we’ve been trying to compile the information in different ways that might be helpful, including more in-depth articles for those who need a more detailed resource, and quick guides and checklists for those who just need or want something quick to follow.
Please have a look and bookmark the site, because the CTSI team will be adding more content on a regular basis: https://teaching.utoronto.ca/teaching-support/strategies/continuity-planning/