Teaching & Classroom Support

The Library manages course specific reserves, and Librarians support all those instructing at U of T Scarborough from in-class workshops through to departmental partnerships for scaffolding skills development in the curriculum. 

Course Reserves - Instructor Requests

Instructors can make course readings available online through Quercus, the University's online learning management system. In addition, instructor can set aside – i.e., 'reserve' – physical items such as books and DVDs in the Course Reserves/Short Term Loan area in the UofT Scarborough Library.

Film Reserves - Instructor Requests

Instructors may reserve  DVDs or videos for course preview and classroom screening. The U of T Scarborough Library maintains a collection of audiovisual materials that is housed with Course Reserve items. In order to make an advance reservation, You can also use the library's film reservation form, email library-media@utsc.utoronto.ca or contact Frank Tong at 416-208-5168.

Teaching Support

We can help meet your teaching goals and students’ learning needs. Contact your Liaison Librarian to learn more. 

Experiential Learning

U of T Scarborough Library is proud to partner with campus to support high-quality experiential learning.


Librarians are happy to partner with you for in-class or co-curricular instruction. View currently scheduled workshops across the tri-campus system and learn more about common workshop topics and how to request a workshop.

Library Quercus Integrations

Quercus is the official learning management system for UofT courses. It allows you to communicate, share documents and post grades easily with students. Learn more about how to integrate library resources in Quercus.

Teaching in the Makerspace

Makerspace staff are available to support integration of the Makerspace resources into your research and course materials.