Instructor Support

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The BRIDGE is fully integrated into the Management curriculum, and we are here help you create innovative classroom experiences for your students. Whether you want industry partners bringing their company’s challenges into your courses, customized research training for your students, or durable links to electronic course readings, The BRIDGE team can help meet your teaching goals and students’ learning needs. 

Research Assignment Design 

Our liaison librarians partner with faculty to design course assignments that integrate research skills and resources, giving students hands-on access to the rich resources of the University of Toronto Scarborough Library. 

Research & Data Training

We create online research guides, instructional videos, and deliver in-class presentations to support the learning outcomes of your assignments. Whether your students will be crunching big data sets, searching academic literature, or finding industry information, our course resources will support your goals for the course. 

Course Readings

UTSC Library staff will work with you to identify materials in our extensive digital collections that support course reading lists. We will make best efforts to acquire any digital content needed, such as e-books, streaming audio and video through purchase and other vendor agreements. Visit the UTSC Library website for more information. 

Industry Engagement through Work-Integrated Learning

Through our Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program, you can partner with student leaders through applied research projects with industry or community forces. Develop insightful solutions by leveraging the latest research materials as well as real-time data by embedding support from research librarians into your courses. 

Find out more about Work Integrated Learning initiatives for faculty.

Contact Us

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For more information and support, connect with our team's Management Librarian, BRIDGE Supervisor, and Entrepreneurship and Work-Integrated Learning Coordinator.