UTSystemStatus Beta

UTSystemStatus provides you with up-to-the-minute notifications of changes in the availability of UofT IT systems and services, on your phone.

UTSystemStatus is currently in beta.

If you are a University of Toronto faculty-, student- or staff- member, you are welcome to test UTSystemStatus while we continue development and prepare it for distribution.

iLightboard Beta

iLightboard is an incredibly easy-to-use video lecture recording app that doubles as a live drawing app.

  • Record your lecture with the front facing camera on your iPad.
  • Draw and annotate using the Apple Pencil (or your finger) over top of the camera's image and have it recorded live along with the video.
  • Lets you face the camera and point to items in your slide deck, increasing your connection with your audience!
  • Save and export your annotations for sharing, as a PDF file with your students as an additional resource to go with your video recording.
  • Import PDF files from other apps, such as Keynote.


By Fahima Dossa

RapidRef: Surgery - The General Surgery Resident's Guide to Common Perioperative Issues

An app designed for rapid management of common ward issues, ideally suited for junior residents. Quick, evidence-based algorithms for rapid reference.

Developed by Fahima Dossa and Trevor Wood


ClassApp: Biology at UofT

By Stephanie Halldorson

ClassApp: Biology for UofT is a custom-made app for undergraduate students taking biology courses at the University of Toronto.

It was developed to be a practical tool for you. Its only mission is to make your life easier, so please give us feedback about what works and what doesn't.

We wanted to fill the gap between the textbook and professor by offering a virtual binder of tips and information that your professor probably won’t have time to teach you, but you’ll still be expected to know.

It is a 'toolkit' for navigating the many requirements for doing assignments: finding relevant journal articles, improving grammar and spelling, citing references, avoiding plagiarism, etc.

It will help you fill in gaps you may not even know you have.

It will help you find quick answers to common questions (like how to format references).

Plus there's plenty of bonus biology highlights, including key definitions, links to cutting edge science news, and the best bio-movie for a Friday night (whether ‘B’ movie or documentary).

And just for UofT students, there are links to Blackboard, departments, ELL resources, and biology career paths.

At ClassApp, we believe that each student needs only two things to succeed in a biology class: the textbook and this app . . . oh, and an instructor. Make that three things.

Use it as a reference guide to get a quick answer to questions about biology, science reading and writing, and getting around at university.

Browse it at lunchtime to fill in gaps you didn’t know you had.

Embrace it as a tool for learning about and loving biology through RSS feeds and links to journal articles, movies, and books.


U of T Trauma Protocols

The U of T Trauma Protocols is a multiplatform- and web-app created to disseminate the University of Toronto's trauma guidelines in a convenient, easily-accessible manner. The guidelines were developed through input from Trauma Team Leaders in the Departments of Surgery and Emergency Medicine at the University of Toronto. They are designed to be informative and to provide some direction for housestaff who are becoming familiar with the care of the injured patient.

The app will be updated as new guidelines are designed and as more reach university-wide consensus.

Best Practice in Surgery

The Best Practice in General Surgery App provides guidelines for best practice in common General Surgery care such as DVT prophylaxis, surgical site infection, preoperative bowel prep, etc.


U of T Mobile

The U of T Mobile application combines various sources of information at your finger tip. The app presents information from our faculties and campuses, and whether you are a student, faculty, staff, or visitor, you will find this app useful.

The app also include Course Finder, a mobile equivalent of the online Course Finder application. You can search courses and session information with this handy application.

Many more functions and information to come in future updates!


UTSC Campus


University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) mobile app 2.0 includes:
1. Campus Emergency Push Notification
2. Emergency Contact Information
3. TTC & GO Bus Tracking for UTSC campus
4. UTSC Campus Map
5. Computer Labs Availability
6. Online Directory
7. UTSC Intranet
8. Link to UofT Learning Portal (Blackboard App)
9. Link to UofT Library App
10. Options to customize your UTSC mobile app



UofT Map

This Google-based layered map helps members of the U of T community, particularly people who are new to the campus (St. George, Mississauga or Scarborough), navigate using meaningful search words, such as "library" and "registrar". The first map layers include accessibility, food, wireless, student services (including registrars), car parking, bike racks, TTC subway stations, green sites (including green roofs and battery drop-off sites), safety, study spaces and washrooms. The map comprises a complete listing of all the buildings with information about offices and services available inside them. It is a living map, one that will develop more layers as it grows.

Version 2.0 Includes:

- Quickly find buildings, and other areas of interest around campus
- Use the quick search bar to find a specific building or amenity (such as car parking or a registrar's office) easily
- Unique location indicator tells you where you are in relation to areas of the campus map you are currently looking at
- Enable offline use to have the application store recent versions of all map features so you can use the map without using up your data plan! (the application will download the latest map data when it is requested or when you have access to a WiFi connection)
- Toggle between a traditional map and an annotated satellite map