Category Archives: Faculty Development

IP Matters – New Resources for Students and Faculty

We are excited to share a set of open modules introducing critical elements of intellectual property (IP), developed by University of Toronto Entrepreneurship (UTE) with support from Digital Learning Innovation and the Office of the Vice-Provost, Innovations in Undergraduate Education. … Continue reading

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Data Driven Design Quercus Analytics 2021-22

We are pleased to announce a new call for applications to the 2021-22 Data Driven Design: Quercus Analytics (D3:QA) cohort. The D3:QA initiative examines opportunities provided by the Quercus Analytics module and related services aimed at enhancing instruction and learning experience. This mandate will be … Continue reading

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Interactive Content Creation with H5P

Introducing H5P, an open-source eLearning authoring tool that enables educators to create and edit interactive content. Continue reading

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Online Learning at U of T – Ready to Reach Out

As the University of Toronto shifts to increased online learning activity in response to COVID-19, we are fortunate to have a Digital Learning Innovation portfolio with a strong track record in exploring and evaluating emergent learning technologies and practices. Since … Continue reading

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Online Undergraduate Course Initiative (OUCI) 2017-18

New Re-Design Projects in Development for Coming Year Each year a number of pioneering instructors receive OUCI funding for redesign of their undergraduate courses to leverage the opportunities online instruction offer their learners. To date, more than 30 fully online … Continue reading

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