Information Technology Services (ITS)
IT@UofT strategic plan
The University of Toronto’s (U of T) IT@UofT strategic plan focuses and guides our efforts to support the University’s academic mission through information technology services, informing the vision, framework and initiatives, both within the Information Technology Services (ITS) division and across the University. Additionally, the strategic plan, directed by guiding principles, will provide a clear picture of and lead our IT investments in a rapidly evolving environment. In effect, this plan will shape IT@UofT.
IT@UofT Strategic Plan Annual Report (2022)
The highlighted initiatives featured in this report are among the most impactful and of the highest strategic importance to ongoing digital transformation in the workplace. They include:
- Digital tools to support students
- Upgrades to tools and services to keep us connected
- Digital transformation of enterprise platforms
- Strategies to improve information security
- Initiatives supporting professional development
Upcoming initiatives for 2023
- Extending cloud-based data and application hosting
- Building a proof of concept for identity management
- Expanding information security services
- Developing learning analytics process frameworks and infrastructure
- Expanding digital workplace services
- Improving enterprise administrative systems
- Supporting student success
- Expanding teaching and learning tools
- Offering research and innovation resources
- Dec. 6, 2022: IT@UofT Strategic Plan Annual Report (September 2021 to August 2022) released
- Nov. 25, 2021: IT@UofT Strategic Plan Annual Report (September 2020 to August 2021) released
- April 14, 2021: ITS launches new IT@UofT Strategic Plan Delivery training
- Nov. 26, 2020: IT@UofT Strategic Plan Annual Report released
- July 27, 2020: ITS showcases ITS project tracking progress to EITU committee
- May 15, 2020: ServiceNow tracking IT@UofT Strategic Plan Delivery-related projects
This infographic illustrates the demand for technology solutions during a year of remote work.
Activity report: Sept. 2020 to Aug. 2021
REDCAP – Secure Data Collection Service
- 556 users prior to Sept. 2020
- 515 users added
- 1071 total users
- 92% increase
- Course shells activated: 17,144
- Learning content added: 40 TB
EVE registration system
- 368 events held: 2% are conferences and 98% are workshops
- 19,864 registrations: 10% are for conferences and 90% are for workshops
- 35M Teams activities
- 1M Teams meetings
- 600K unscheduled, direct Teams calls
- 44K new Zoom registrations
- 83K Zoom accounts
- 2M Zoom meetings
ITS values: Culture of learning
This infographic illustrates how people across the tri-campus community live out the ITS core value of culture of learning year-round.
Activity report: 2020 to 2021
The IT@UofT strategic plan includes a goal to create a culture of continuous skill and professional development.
- IT@UofT 2021 virtual conference: 824 attendees, 107 speakers and 40 sessions
- Connect+Learn sessions: Over 4,200 participants
- LinkedIn Learning: 837 courses completed
- LEADS 360 Degree feedback: 35 profiles
- Change Management Workshop: 20 participants
- Thursday@3 webinar series: 269 registrants
- Gartner resources: 16,000 research documents & toolkits, 979 COVID-19 pandemic documents, 150 webinars & events and 42 analyst inquiries
IT@UofT Strategic Plan Annual Report (2021)
The IT@UofT Strategic Plan Annual Report (2021) was released on Nov. 25, 2021. It highlights ITS’ work and achievements and our collaborative efforts with unit and divisional partners from September 2020 to August 2021.
IT@UofT Strategic Plan Annual Report (2020)
The IT@UofT Strategic Plan Annual Report (2020) was released on Nov. 26, 2020. Review progress updates as they align with the IT@UofT strategic plan thematic pillars: People, Solutions and Collaboration.
IT@UofT Strategic Plan (2019 – 2024)
The plan has been created with the input of all staff within ITS and key stakeholders from the broader University of Toronto community, under the guidance of a highly engaged steering committee. Learn more about our community engagement process.
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