Get remote access to Bloomberg, FactSet, ProFile, and more specialized software available at the FLC. Consult this page to learn which programs are available as free downloads, free trials, or through UTM's virtual Xenweb platform.
Remote Supports for Instructors
We can help support your instructional needs in the Library in many ways, including the Course Reserves and Syllabus Service and the Digital Scholarship Unit. We can also help you find online alternatives for print-only resources!
We create and use digital methods, theories, and tools and help you incorporate them into your teaching curriculum and research projects.
The Digital Scholarship Unit will help you:
Instructors and students can use a virtual environment (Citrix/Xenweb) to access software from the cloud for course-based assignments.
We strongly recommend submitting a ticket to I&ITS to discuss your Citrix needs before your course begins. You can also read our Citrix/Xenweb setup documentation (coming soon) when you are ready to get started.
Need help finding content for your course syllabi? Our Faculty and Instructor Library Resource Guide has links to our collections of e-books and e-journals, streaming video platforms, primary sources resources, citation management apps, and more!
(Webpage to be created soon)
Can’t find a digital copy at the University of Toronto Libraries? We are still accepting requests for Interlibrary Loan (ILL) materials that can be supplied electronically, such as articles from e-journals, chapters from e-books, and scans of other digital formats.
If you are teaching next term and haven’t received your U of T credentials yet, we can give you early access to Library collections. Please email us: we will make sure you have the resources you need to plan your courses!
Store audio and video files, then embed them within Quercus for easy student access. You can also improve security and protect privacy by limiting file sharing to the U of T community.
Connect with other instructors to work together, share information, and meet online. If you are teaching this term, the Teach Anywhere course should already appear on your Quercus dashboard. Fill out the Teach Anywhere Quercus request form if you need access.
Contains advice and instructions from the Library Instructional Technology Support team for teaching online, including sharing content, communicating with students, discussion boards, and assignments.
We can enhance your syllabus with stable links to digital Library resources like articles in e-journals and streaming video, allowing easy access to course materials for your students.