We’re excited to welcome students back to OISE for the 2021/2022 academic year! Learn more about Education Commons’ resources and services for students.

HomeSpace – Permanent Deletion

Last year, on May 7,  Education Commons advised the community of the process to retire HomeSpace. Now, the time has come for the final retirement of the platform. On September 15, all content from personal and department HomeSpace will be permanently deleted. If you require more time to move your content please contact oise.help@utoronto.ca by September 8, 2021 and we can provide you with a one week extension. We encourage the OISE community to use MS 365 to securely store your files for access any time on SharePoint or OneDrive. How to access HomeSpace:

1. Using an online browser, and visiting https://drive.oise.utoronto.ca/

2. Using Cyberduck.

HomeSpace Remote Access on a PC »

HomeSpace Remote Access on a Mac »

Windows Activation Notifications

If you are receiving a Windows Activation notice, use the Cisco AnyConnect VPN application available on OISE laptops to activate Windows. This app will let you connect to University-supported applications such as ROSI, AMS and many other U of T services that might not otherwise be available through the Internet. Learn how to activate Windows and connect to U-of-T services with Cisco VPN. 

Rethinking Education Commons: Building Strategic Priorities

Explore, reflect, leave us with your thoughts and invite us to collaborate.

Have We Got a Story for You!

At any given moment we are working on a number of different projects that have a direct impact on OISE. Visit our stories section to see what we’ve been up to.