Resources for faculty, librarians and staff
The following links to resources are intended to support faculty, librarians and staff for the 2021-22 school year.
See the full roadmap for the University of Toronto here.
- COVID-19 Academic Continuity Strategy
- Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation has resources on teaching with technology and remote learning.
- Quercus Support Resources
- Remote experiential learning resources, including the option to receive alerts when a new resource is added to the site.
- The latest information on library services and operations
These resources are in addition to those provided by individual divisions and departments. Please visit your division’s COVID-19 response page for more information.
Visit the Research & Innovation COVID-19 Updates page for information on topics including:
- Research recovery and adaptation
- Guidelines for reopening research spaces
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) research FAQ
- Graduate studies research guidelines for students
The Centre for Research & Innovation Support has resources for conducting COVID-19 research.
Resources for leaders, managers, and supervisors
- COVID-19 leadership toolkit (password protected)
- Resources for academic administrators
- Information on the tri-campus caretaking strategy for return to the University
Resources on working at the University
Please see the University of Toronto's guide to a safe return to work for information on:
- The stages of recovery
- Responsibilities prior to resuming operations
- Procedures in case of a probable or confirmed case
- Measures to reduce the risk of transmission
- Masks and face coverings
Visit the Human Resources & Equity page on The University’s Response to COVID-19 for resources on:
- Returning to campus
- Working remotely
- Absences during COVID-19
- COVID-19 policies, guidelines, and resources
- Wellness, equity, and accommodation
Resources on health and wellness
- The Employee & Family Assistance Program (EFAP) offers counselling, life smart coaching, and online resources to employees of the University of Toronto who are eligible to participate in the University’s group benefit programs, and their dependants. The program is provided at no cost to you.
- Health & Well-being Programs & Services (HWB) supports University of Toronto (U of T) employees and managers involved in sick leave, long-term disability, occupational health issues, workplace injuries, and workplace accommodation for employees with disabilities.
Additional resources for UTM faculty, librarians, and staff are available on the UTM Together page.
Additional resources for UTSC faculty, librarians, and staff are available on the UTSC page.