OISE | Continuing & Professional Learning, OISE offers a large number of services to the members of its community
Library Services - http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ec/library/
Users have access to:
A specialized collection in the field of education.
A collection of 8 million items located in the numerous libraries of the University of Toronto Library System.
A wide range of Internet resources including remote library catalogues and full-text electronic publications.
- Specialized services to persons with a disability.
To borrow library materials from the OISE Library you may use either your library barcode number, a student number, or a TCard if you have one.
Accessing Your Library Barcode Number
Visit our Online Learning section for registered students to get information about accessing your library barcode number.
Accessing Library Databases and Electronic Journals
Once you have your library barcode number you will be able to access the resources licensed to the University of Toronto Libraries via the Internet. When you connect to a licensed resource, you will be prompted to enter your barcode and student numbers as identification before access is granted.
Photocopies and Printing from Computers
Requires a TCard. You should get a TCard if you intend to use the library frequently or copy from journals.
|How to Obtain a TCard|
To obtain a TCARD, you will need your University of Toronto Student Number. You can obtain your student number by logging into the Additional Qualification Online Application System (AQ OAS) at https://aqoas.oise.utoronto.ca as a Returning User. You will need your Username and Password in order to log in. If you forget the Username or Password in the AQ OAS, please follow the instructions in the bottom right hand corner to retrieve your Username and Password.
Once you have logged into the AQ OAS, your student number will appear in the top left hand corner of the “Your Status” page.
Please take both your student number and some photo identification to:
Using OISE/Library Computers at 252 Bloor St. West
Requires a UTORid. Your UTORid is your key to using Library computer workstations on all UofT campuses, including OISE. Your UTORID, plus a chosen password, are required to get past the workstation login screen.
When you receive your TCard (see "Getting a TCard" above), you will given your UTORid and a secret activation code. Once you have followed the activation procedures you will be able to begin using all Library computer workstations.
Library Contact Information:
Circulatio Desk (1st Floor) 416-978-1850
Renewals (by phone only) 416-978-8450
Reference Desk (1st Floor) 416-978-1860
Computing Services (Education Commons) - http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ec
The Technology groups within the Education Commons offer a variety of resources and services to support academic and administrative activity, including e-mail and electronic conferencing services.
Please note that candidates interested in borrowing media equipment (data projectors, etc.) must present a valid TCard as identification. Media equipment for AQ classes is usually arranged through the course instructor and principal.
Computer lab staff at 252 Bloor St. West, 3rd Floor, will also require a valid TCard to troubleshoot any problems with authentication or forgotten passwords.
Computers and Technology Contact Numbers:
Help desk: 416-978-1802
Candidates with special learning needs are required to contact Continuing Education at the time of application. There will be an initial discussion regarding individual needs. Where appropriate, and for those eligible, candidates may then be referred to the University's Accessibility Services to register and arrange an interview with a qualified counselor.
Continuing Education is committed to facilitate the inclusion of students with disabilities and chronic health conditions into university life. Please contact us immediately upon applying, and at least one month prior to the course start.
Important Contact Information
AQ, OISE | Continuing & Professional Learning, OISE
252 Bloor St. W., 5-103
Telephone: (416) 978-2474
Fax: (416) 926-4732
University of Toronto, St. George Campus
130 St. George Street
1st Floor (ground entrance off St. George St.)
North end of building, next to ATRC
Toronto, Ontario M5S 3H1
Web site: http://www.accessibility.utoronto.ca
For housing information, contact:
University of Toronto Housing Service
214 College Street, Toronto ON M5T 2Z9
The University of Toronto Police Emergency Telephone is 416-978-2222.
There is an external yellow U of T Police Emergency Assistance box with call button at 371 Bloor Street West and 252 Bloor Street West located as follows:
at 371 Bloor Street West the Emergency Assistance box is located in the parking lot by the west entrance door.
- at 252 Bloor Street West the nearest emergency phone is in the Bedford Road parking lot on the north end of the Social Work building.
These phones are for emergency use only and are not to be used to call for a Walksafer escort.
The University of Toronto Walksafer Service is designed to provide a safe and reliable escort across campus after dark. Walksafer employs students as patrollers. When candidates call the central dispatch number, two patrollers (at least one of whom is a woman) are sent to the candidate's location to provide an escort to any campus location. For information regarding hours of operation and to request an escort, call 416-978-7233. This service is free.
Sexual harassment is unwanted sexual attention and includes any unwelcome pressure for sexual favours, or any offensive emphasis on the sex or sexual orientation of another person which creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive working or learning environment. The Sexual Harassment Office deals with complaints under the University's Policies and Procedures: Sexual Harassment. The policy covers complaints of harassment based on sex or sexual orientation, sets out a formal resolution procedure and provides for mediation, counselling and public education. Members of the university may also contact the office on an informal basis for information or assistance in resolving an issue. Calls to the office, and the complaints procedure itself, are confidential.
Sexual Harassment Office
40 Sussex Avenue, 3rd floor, Toronto ON M5S 1J7
Web site: http://www.utoronto.ca/sho