As an Arts & Science student, you have access to a variety of online academic opportunities like remote courses and online lectures. You can also participate in virtual study groups and meet with your instructors for virtual office hours.
The Sidney Smith Commons team is also available to support you through your online courses. Here are some online resources to help you get the most out of your online learning experience.
Learn new strategies to help you with online courses by chatting with a Learning Strategist. You can book virtual appointments through your College Registrar’s Office.
Recognized Study Groups
Join or lead Recognized Study Groups to collaborate with your peers on learning course content in a supportive environment. Recognized Study Groups meet remotely during the summer.
Meet to Complete
Stay motivated and productive by setting goals and working with peers during these online drop-in sessions.
Check out the posts below to learn what online courses are like and how you can prepare for your online courses:
- How can I prepare for an online course?
- What can I expect from online lectures and tutorials?
- How can I make the most of online office hours?
Visit the pages below to learn how you can prepare for online tests.
- What can I expect during tests & exams?
- What are some strategies to help me with tests?
- I can’t make a test or exam, what do I do?
Connect with a librarian over chat, participate in research consultations and get help finding sources to cite in your assignments. Check the student resources from U of T Libraries.
Study Space for Online Classes
If you are attending an online class while on campus, use the new U of T Synchronous Space Finder to find quiet classroom space to attend your class. The app is available for iPad and iPhone.