UofT’s New Learning Portal Drop-in Testing Session – Feedback Needed
U of T’s current Learning Portal hasn’t changed much in the last decade. Feedback from the University community is that the web interface for the Portal is clunky and out of date, and it doesn’t flow the way people would like. It’s also hard for instructors to incorporate new tools into their teaching.
The University is calling on the student community to help test three new systems that could serve as the engine for it’s new Learning Portal. In order to ensure that this system works with adaptive technologies that are used by students, the Academic Toolbox Renewal Group and Students for Barrier-free Access are co-hosting a drop-in testing session at the SBA Accessible Computer Lab. Please join us and share your feedback online, or in person with the SBA Centre Coordinators.
Date: Wednesday November 16th, 2016
(this is an open drop-in so please come by anytime during this period that works for you)
Location: SBA Centre, 215 Huron Street, Suite 924 on the 9th floor
Wheelchair accessible. Accessible, single-user, gender-neutral washroom located on the same floor.
Please note that the SBA Centre is a scent-free space.
Students are encouraged to register (for testing site access) ahead of time at: http://teaching.utoronto.ca/ctsi-events/lme-online-testing/, or we anticipate doing this at the event.
If you are unable to attend the session, there are other ways to provide feedback. For more information about the University of Toronto’s Academic Toolbox Initiative please visit: http://toolboxrenewal.utoronto.ca/
For more information about the drop-in session please contact Nadia at firstname.lastname@example.org
After this testing session, students are encouraged to attend a Student Panel discussion about the three systems – Wednesday, November 16, 15:00 to 17:00, Rotman LL1025. This event is part of Portal Week, November 14 – 18. See http://toolboxrenewal.utoronto.ca/lmeweek/.