Continuing Education: Getting Started

UTORid

The UTORid is the username (and password) used to sign in to a number of different services offered by the University. You will find the UTORid activation instructions on the "Getting on-line at U of T" letter issued at the beginning of your program. We strongly recommend that you set up your password recovery options during the activation process.

Email

During the UTORid activation process, learners are given the opportunity to set up a University of Toronto email address. We encourage all learners to use this email for communications with the program.

Library Cards

Continuing education learners wishing to borrow physical materials from UofT's network of libraries will need a UofT library card. To obtain a library card, please bring your "Getting on-line at U of T" letter and proof of citizenship to the TCard Office at Robarts Library (130 St. George Street, room 2054A). For hours of operation, please consult the TCard Office website.

Campus Wireless Access

All learners with active UTORids should be able to connect to the University's wireless network while on campus. For information on how to access this network, please visit the Information Commons website.

Learning Portal

The Learning Portal is an online course management system which allows learners to access materials and resources for the courses they are enrolled in.

AFGS Online Community

The AFGS Online Community is our private space on the web where all pertinent information — announcements, deadlines, events, etc. — will be posted. You can also use this space to discuss issues, throw around ideas and pass on interesting information. We encourage you to post and respond to any messages during your time with us.

Where to go for more information

General Questions:

Program Staff

Program Questions:

Dr. Abbas Ghavam-Rassoul, Director, Medical Education Fellowship and Clinical Teacher Certificate
Dr. Julia Alleyne, Director, Academic Fellowship and Clinical Research Certificate

Student Handbooks:

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