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Tips to safely implement un-vetted tools in your course
Alli | 15 August
Thinking about using a un-vetted, third-party tool in your course? Give this post a read to ensure you are implementing these tools according to U of T
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EdTech Tip Sheet: July 2022
Alli | 29 July
In this Issue: Crowdmark Results | Call for Lecture Capture | Quercus Start Strong
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Start Strong: The Sophomore Edition
Alli | 28 July
This initiative (led by Anna) combines asynchronous, self-directed online modules (learn more about the Start Strong modules) with synchronous, virtual
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Faculty Question of the Week
Anna | 26 July
"How can I add polls to my MS Teams meeting ahead of my lecture?"
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Call for 2022/2023 Lecture Capture Program!
Alli | 25 July
Every summer, the ETO calls for instructors interested in participating in the lecture capture program.
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Faculty Question of the Week
Anna | 14 July
"How can I limit page and module access to specific groups of students in my Quercus course?"
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Thinking about Crowdmark this year?
Alli | 05 July
As we return to in person assessments, our tool needs shift. Let us know if you plan to use Crowdmark for either in administered (in person) or assigned (
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EdTech Tip Sheet: June 2022
Alli | 27 June
In this Issue: Opt-in to Crowdmark | Announcing the Academic Toolbox 2022/2023 | Zoom Retention Policy | ETO Goes to Summer School
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Announcing the 2022/2023 Academic Toolbox 
Alli | 24 June
How do you know which tools will continue to be available in the Quercus Academic Toolbox? 
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ETO Summer School
Anna | 23 June
Summer is a time for reflection and learning at the ETO. Here is what our team is reading, taking on, and learning as we get ready to support you with your
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Faculty Question of the Week
Anna | 23 June
"How can I send the results of a Crowdmark exam to only one student?"
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Drop in for a chat about chatting!
Alli | 23 June
While teaching remotely (e.g. via Zoom or Teams) during the pandemic, many instructors observed an increase in student participation via the 'chat' function.
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