Open UToronto

Students at the University of Toronto have access to a greater variety of academic programs than at any other university in Canada.

Open resources include not-for-credit courses, educational resources and access to online materials, for free. In addition to open resources, U of T offers students diverse learning options including for-credit online courses as part of a program.

U of T encourages its members and friends to find, use, create and share openly licensed content, resources and courses.

 

Open Projects

Open Projects

U of T has a history of open projects covering a range of initiatives from open publishing to open information and data. Here are just a few:

 

Open Educational Resources

Open Educational Resources

Open educational resources are teaching, learning and research resources in the public domain released under an intellectual property license that permits their free use or re-purposing by others.

U of T has many open access digital collections developed through the University of Toronto Libraries, in collaboration with faculty and external partners:

 

Open Courseware

Open Courseware

Open Courseware includes free, not-for-credit digital publications of high quality college and university‐level educational materials.

U of T is partnering with Coursera to pilot new web-based courses online for free and create new opportunities for hands-on learning in the classroom:

 

Online Learning

Online Learning

In addition to open resources, online learning at U of T occurs in many contexts including enhancement of face-to-face classes, blended formats or fully online courses:

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