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This site contains a variety of resources for supporting both teaching and learning in online settings, including one-on-one assistance for Faculty with online course development using U of T tools.

Students can also review suggestions for preparing and handling online courses from the learner’s perspective. This is a work in progress: join us in learning and teaching about online learning and teaching. 

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As a doctoral candidate in her final dissertation year, Teresa Avery continues to become informed in the areas of new research and best practice in online education and curriculum development. Relevant, meaningful online courses and programs have a real-world advantage. Through her work, she hopes to continue to touch the lives of students so they can realize their almost limitless potential. Get in touch with her now!

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Teresas Avery

Should I be part of THIS conversation?

As part of the University of Toronto Covid-19 Student Engagement Grant, I was awarded, with two colleagues, a grant to facilitate an online panel discussion. This discussion is centered on

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Derek Hunt

Micro-videos as an online assessment submission format

Videos are a great way to mimic classroom activities. You normally ask students to tell/show/demonstrate in your classroom, why not the same now that they are at home? A great thing about online digital submissions, is that they can be any format – pictures, sounds, video, let students be creative.

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Teresas Avery


I recently read a LinkedIn post by Dr. Steve Joordens. Steve is a Professor at the University of Toronto, Scarborough. His posts are always relevant, timely and a quick read,

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