Available applications to support administration and collaboration duties include QUERCUS, Microsoft Teams, and OneDrive.
Discovery Commons supports the strategic use of the Learning Portal (Blackboard) for courses and organizations which are included in the curriculum and not found in ROSI.
Recording of presentations, seminars, and lectures.
Infrastructure-based high-definition videoconferencing of lectures and seminars in specially-equipped classrooms.
The Learning Portal (Blackboard) is the University’s institutionally-supported learning management system (LMS) and secure portal.
Conversion of media files (audio, video) from one format to another.
The Faculty’s major learner information systems—MedSIS (UME), POWER (PGME) and GradSIS (Graduate Studies)—were all developed in partnership with and are supported by Knowledge4You.
The MADLab is a student-centric facility, at the heart of the Downtown campus, devoted to accelerating mobile software development at UofT.
Discovery Commons can help produce online courses, with a focus on the video portion of the course.
Discovery Commons’ Fluid Surveys license expires in September 2017. A replacement survey solution is being procured by the University. We will update this page when it becomes available.