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Fall 2021 / Winter 2022 Timetable

Since inception, the programs in the Faculty of Information are offered in-person only. Due to the effects of COVID-19, courses have been remotely delivered between Winter 2020 and Summer 2021.

The Faculty of Information’s goal for Fall 2021 and Winter 2022 is to develop a plan that includes in-person components for as many courses as possible and provides in-person experiences for every learner while protecting the health and safety of everyone in our community.

For Fall 2021, some courses will be offered completely in person, some will have remote and in-person components, and others may be delivered remotely. For Winter 2021 and forward, we will return to an in-person format.


Course Delivery Methods / Structure:

    • Online Synchronous: The course will be conducted remotely – Requires online participation at a specific time for some or all course activities (synchronous = at the same time)
    • Online Asynchronous: The course will be conducted remotely – Does NOT require participation at a specific time for any course activities (asynchronously = at your own time)
    • In-Person: Requires attendance/participation at a physical location and time for some or all course activities on campus. Subject to adjustments imposed by public health requirements

IMPORTANT NOTE:

The following Fall 2021 and Winter 2022 timetables are only Drafts. Information on the timetables are subject to changes and updates. Check the draft timetables often!

COURSES WITH ADDITIONAL SECTIONS

    • For graduate students that are used to seeing courses with a single lecture (LEC) section only, do note that for our Fall term courses, you will see many courses with multiple LEC sections and tutorial (TUT) or practical (PRA) sections.
    • To be considered fully enrolled in these courses, students must enroll into the following under the same course code:
      • 1 LEC section
      • 1 TUT (or PRA) section
    • Students may enrol in any combination of LEC + TUT (or PRA) sections under the same course code.
    • Please review our guide on how to read University of Toronto course codes—it will make course enrollment a lot easier.
    • When entering course codes into ACORN, be sure to check and ensure that you are enrolling into the correct course for the correct term.

METHODS / STRUCTURE

Fall Term courses will be delivered in a combination of remote and in-person components. You’ll find the following general structure among the Fall Term courses:

    • Completely delivered in person
    • Lectures (LEC) delivered remotely only + in-person tutorials only (TUT / PRA)
    • Lectures (LEC) delivered in-person and / or remotely + in-person tutorials only (TUT / PRA)
      • Some in-person and remote lectures (LEC) occur simultaneously: Students may enrol in either section.
    • Lectures (LEC) delivered remotely only + in-person or remote tutorials (TUT / PRA)
      • Some in-person and remote tutorials (TUT / PRA) occur simultaneously>: Students may enrol in either section.
    • Completely delivered remote + in-person drop-in sessions
      • In-person drop-in sessions are intended for students to discuss and engage with each other (e.g. group work).
      • In-person drop-in sessions are NOT moderated by a TA or instructor.
      • Students are not required to enrol in drop-in sections.

Graduate Courses:

Updates to the graduate fall 2021 and winter 2022 draft timetables – (UPDATED as of July 27, 2021)

Undergraduate Courses:


Summer 2021 Timetable

Given the current state of the pandemic in Toronto and Ontario, the Faculty of Information has decided that all Summer 2021 term courses will be delivered remotely only.

Course Delivery Methods / Structure:

    • Online Synchronous: The course will be conducted remotely – Requires online participation at a specific time for some or all course activities (synchronous = at the same time)
    • Online Asynchronous: The course will be conducted remotely – Does NOT require participation at a specific time for any course activities (asynchronously = at your own time)

Graduate Courses:

Undergraduate Courses:


Archived Timetables