[New] Strategies for effective online and hybrid course design resource page

Spring is here and summer courses are about to begin at U of T. Students will find that many undergraduate summer courses are moving online to meet their learning needs. These courses provide: 

  • Flexibility, allowing students to study at their own pace and schedule, making it easier to balance other commitments like work, internships and family. 
  • Accessibility, allowing students to access high-quality education regardless of their geographical location.  

Instructors new to teaching online can visit our strategies for effective online and hybrid course design resource page where we have collected links to resources with expert tips, proven strategies, and selected resources to navigate teaching and learning online with confidence.  You will find support for planning, design and delivery of online and hybrid courses that you can bookmark as a handy reference, or you can choose downloadable versions that can be shared with colleagues, TA’s and support staff. 

Interested in seeing which courses are available online? 

Visit the University of Toronto timetable builder. 

Step 1, select the faculty/division(s) and summer session(s) you are interested in viewing. 

Step 2, select “show more filters” and then select the delivery mode(s) for hybrid, online, synchronous and/or asynchronous. 

A list of online and hybrid courses will be displayed.  

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