Building Better Websites with ITIF

2017-10-02T17:23:16-04:00Categories: articles|Tags: , , , |

Sian Meikle has also been involved in two other projects with the Provost’s Instructional Technology Fund, expanding and improving the framework for some useful existing websites. The first, in 2006, was with the REED project—Records of Early English Drama. Their website, which Meikle originally helped build in 2003, contains a variety of information on the [...]

MyMedia: Developing U of T’s YouTube

2017-09-29T11:01:46-04:00Categories: articles|Tags: , , , |

Four years ago, the H1N1 Swine Flu pandemic made its way around Canada, approaching the University of Toronto just in time for the fall semester. With the possibility that thousands of students would be encouraged to stay home, the problem of how the afflicted would be able learn outside the classroom needed to be solved, [...]

A Better Way to Teach Art

2017-10-02T17:23:34-04:00Categories: articles|Tags: , , , |

It was 1998, and Gordon Belray, working for the Department of Art slide library, was given the incredibly tedious task of digitizing Professor Douglass Richardson’s Canadian architectural slide collection. Gordon Belray Technically, he was moving U of T into the next century of teaching art and art history, where a few mouse clicks [...]

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