Discovery Commons’ Fluid Surveys license expires September 2017 and we will suspend our online survey creation service until a replacement survey solution has been procured and implemented by the University. Clients who wish to create their own surveys, without the involvement of Discovery Commons must purchase their own account with a survey provider. We do not recommend that any form of high stakes assessment or the collection of protected information be conducted through surveys.
Aug 29 / 2017
To have emails marked as suspected spam automatically filtered to your Junk mail folder follow these instructions: http://dc.med.utoronto.ca/spam-rule
Jun 26 / 2017
The University maintains a list of phishing emails that have been reported at securitymatters.utoronto.ca/phish-bowl/
May 23 / 2017
We have discovered a problem with something called the OneClass Easy Invite Chrome Extension which may result in the theft of any username and password you use for websites and services, including Blackboard and other university and/or commercial/community services. If you receive an email soliciting enrolment in OneClass, do not click on any links or buttons, and delete the email.
Jan 4 / 2017