Get help from the UTM Library for your online teaching, learning and research

While U of T library buildings are closed, we continue to provide access to many online resources and digital materials to support your instruction, learning and research.
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# Remote software access (Citrix/Xenweb)

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. 

# Syllabus Service

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.  

We know that you may need to find digital alternatives to many print materials in the coming weeks, but you are not alone! The Libraries provide access to millions of electronic resources, and your liaison librarian is your guide. Please reach out to your liaison librarian early during syllabus development to ensure that your syllabus is ready for your students before your course begins

# Teach Anywhere Quercus Course

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.

# Teach Anywhere Webpage

Contains advice and instructions from the Library Instructional Technology Support team for teaching online, including sharing content, communicating with students, discussion boards, and assignments.