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Academic Resources

  • The Centre for Excellence in Learning and Teaching has created the Student Continuity of Learning Guide, a web page designed to help you navigate D2L Brightspace, online lectures, G Suite and more. 
  • Student Life and Learning Support has a wide variety of resources available, such as tutoring and online workshops focused on supporting your academic success. Topics include learning from lectures, effective revision and editing, and critical thinking and writing. One on one appointments with academic support staff members are also available. 
  • The University Library provides a range of academic supports including one-on-one research help, real-time virtual chat research assistance, course readings, and technology loans. Research and digital skills workshops are offered regularly and cover topics, including: Navigating Electronic Resources, Introduction to Literature and Systematic reviews, Market Research, Learning Adobe Software Tools, and more.
  • Academic accommodations are available to all Ryerson students with a diagnosed disability.  Visit Academic Accommodation Support to learn more about the registration process. If you are already registered and require support, email your Accommodation Facilitator directly. 
  • Writing Support, Math Support, English Language Support, Graduate Student Support, and Student Skills and Transition appointments are available online or by phone. Students can book appointments at Student Learning Support. For more information, please visit the Student Learning Support website.
  • Students should reach out to departmental staff via email/phone to make alternate arrangements.
  • We recommend visiting RU4U, a resource for Ryerson students — incoming and current — to support your success and highlight the services, programs and supports available to you throughout their academic journey. 
  • The Learn section of RU4U highlights the work of each of the faculties at Ryerson, who have adapted and implemented unique ways to heighten your remote learning experience, while ensuring you have opportunities to connect with your instructors and your peers.
  • All facilitated/non-facilitated discussions, as well appeal hearings, will now occur over the phone or via Google meet.  
  • If you have been asked to attend a facilitated discussion, or you have an upcoming appeal hearing, the AIO will be contacting you directly to confirm how you can participate.
  • If you have been invited to a non-facilitated discussion, please contact your instructor directly to confirm whether the meeting will take place over the phone or via Google meet.
  • Any documents to be submitted to the AIO, such as workshop forms or appeal forms, should be submitted electronically to aio@ryerson.ca.
  • Please direct any questions to aio@ryerson.ca and check the Academic Integrity Office website for updates.
  • Laptops and mobile internet hotspots are available (in limited supply) and can be borrowed from the University Library. Users will need to complete and submit this online request form, external link to access this program. Students who are experiencing hardship as a result of the pandemic will receive priority.

  • Laptop Lending for TRSM is available to undergraduate and graduate students, both full-time and part-time and who are currently enrolled in Ted Rogers School of Management programs. TRSM users will need to complete and submit this google formTRSM Laptop Lending Request Form, external link to access this program. Students who are experiencing hardship as a result of the pandemic will receive priority.

  • Laptop Lending for the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture is restricted to full-time undergraduate students currently enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering and Architectural Science programs only.  FEAS users will need to complete and submit this google formEngineering and Architectural Science Laptop Lending Request Form, external link to access this program. Students who are experiencing hardship as a result of the pandemic will receive priority.

  • The Library offers desktop computer workstations and computer labs. Students can currently book study space with a computer at the Library.
  • The University Library will continue to offer academic learning and bookable study spaces including computer work/study stations and renewed study areas. Students will have access to online research help, workshops and events, expanded digital resources and print collections, as well as online course readings, and technology and equipment loans. 
  • The Library will continue to follow provincial and university health and safety guidelines as it phases in onsite access throughout the fall term.
  • Please visit the Library website to access more information on services, resources, and research workshops. Follow the Library on Instagram:@ryersonulibrary, external link, or Twitter: @ryersonlibrary, external link.