We are thrilled to announce that FeedbackFruits will replace Eduflow. FeedbackFruits, which integrates with myCourses, allows for engaging peer assessment activities, and helps increase student engagement and retention.

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Enhance your teaching with technologies!

Find more information about technologies and access resources, guides, and tutorials in our Teaching and Learning Knowledge Base.

Tools to support teaching and learning

All third-party tools used for teaching and learning at McGill are subject to the McGill Cloud Directive. Student data contains private information and all tools need to be verified that companies providing these tools are keeping that data safe and complying with all Quebec laws and McGill regulations. Just because a software may be free to use does not mean that it is authorized for use at McGill.

Below is a table of all currently approved tools that comply with the McGill Cloud Directive.

Software and cloud service requests

If you are teaching at McGill and would like to submit a software or cloud service tool to be evaluated for teaching and learning use, please complete this request form. You will be required to login with your McGill username/password. Note that a typical tool can take a minimum of 4-6 weeks to evaluate. While this process approves the tool for use, it does not guarantee that funding will be available if the tool has a license fee.

Teaching and learning tools are chosen with accessibility criteria in mind, in keeping with the Standard sur l’accessibilité des sites Web (SGQRI 008 2.0) and WCAG 2.0. If you encounter an issue when accessing or using any teaching and learning tools, please report an issue.

Learn more about teaching and learning technologies

Visit our Teaching and Learning Knowledge Base for more information about technologies and available tools. Access resources to help you find the tool you need, as well as guides and tutorials.

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McGill University is on land which has served and continues to serve as a site of meeting and exchange amongst Indigenous peoples, including the Haudenosaunee and Anishinabeg nations. Teaching and Learning Services acknowledges and thanks the diverse Indigenous peoples whose footsteps mark this territory on which peoples of the world now gather. This land acknowledgement is shared as a starting point to provide context for further learning and action.

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