The Web Services & Development service offering interprets department or unit academic or administrative requirements to provide a turnkey website (re) design and hosting.
Survey and data collection tool
Zoom is a audio/video service that may be used for videoconferencing and webinars.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Zoom access is only provisionally approved pending the outcome of an RFP in 2021.
The Quercus LME (learning management ecosystem) service offering conveys access to University of Toronto’s new learning and teaching environment that allows for the integration of educational technology tools and pedagogical flexibility.
The TechSmith Snagit service offering provides access to software that records lecture audio and syncs it with the on-screen display of a computer or laptop for upload to a streaming service such as MyMedia, MS Stream or YouTube
The Clickers service offering conveys access to iClicker – the classroom response system supported at University of Toronto.
The Test Scanning service offering conveys access to optical mark recognition (OMR) software to capture human-marked data from document forms such as tests and surveys.
The Instructional Technology Innovation Fund (ITIF) i s a seed fund designed to catalyze initiatives that immediately and directly impact University of Toronto education and teaching programs through innovation and development.
The Mobile Application Development / MADlab service offering provides access to a student-centric facility to accelerate mobile software development at University of Toronto.
The University of Toronto Mobile App service offering is an official University of Toronto app that includes various micro-apps to access a University information and services from your smartphone.