Shifting to Online Learning

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ReOrientation: Shifting to Online Learning

This academic year will begin in the virtual space, and that means our usual learning routines will undergo major changes. This page provides advice, tips and tricks on making your transition to learning online a smoother one! 

Academic Integrity

Collaborative Work or Academic Dishonesty? Know the difference.

The University of Toronto is committed to the free and open exchange of ideas, and to the values of independent inquiry. Academic integrity is fundamental to our university community’s intellectual life. What does it mean to act with academic integrity? Visit the Academic Integrity website to find out! 

UTM Library's new Learn Anywhere resource page!

The UTM Library has recently put together a page full of resources to assist in your online learning experience! Visit the website by clicking here, where you can find out more about modules on Submitting Assignments, Taking Quizzes and more!

UTM Profs' tips on academic success!

Watch the video below, or click here, to see what Professor Nicole Laliberte and Professor Fiona Rawle have to say about achieving academic success! What works? What doesn't work? Find out in this video!

UTM Library Reference Services

Research help

Did you know that the UTM Library offers a variety of virtual services to support you through your online learning journey?

These include live chat with Library staff, drop-in Zoom reference sessions, and research consultations with librarians. For more information and to access these supports, click here to view the Library's helpful reference services!

Inquiries

For all questions and feedback regarding ReOrientation, please contact:

Janina Malapitan

Orientation Team Lead