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Remote Supports for Students
Taking online or hybrid courses this term, or just prefer to work from home? Whether you need to find books and articles online, consult our reference guides, or book an appointment to chat with an expert, we’ve got you covered!
Need to take a break from your studies? Listen to a podcast, exercise, learn a new skill, and more by exploring our de-stress resources.
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.
Read digitized versions of more than 2.5 million print books held by U of T Libraries while our physical libraries are closed.
If you learn best from instructional videos, we have you covered! The UTM Library YouTube channel has videos on navigating the Library, finding sources for your research, learning specific software, and more.
Learn tips, tools, and strategies for remote learning, from participating in class discussions and taking tests in Quercus to attending lectures and seminars with Zoom or Blackboard Collaborate.
Visit this guide to learn the basics of references, citations, and best practices to properly use sources in your research.
Collect, manage, and sync your references using dedicated cross-platform software like EndNote, RefWorks, and Zotero. You can generate bibliographies in whatever citation style you want and easily share your research.
Did you know there’s a librarian supporting every program at UTM? Email your librarian and get expert help for those tough research questions!
Not sure where to begin your research? Check out our Starting Points for links to subject-specific databases, encyclopaedias, dictionaries, citation tools, and much more!