Do you have a question or challenge about the student experience at UofT?The Innovation Hub has teams of students who can provide you with a full report and support you through a prototyping and testing process focused on designing/re-designing a program/service/resource at UofT.
Do you want a practical opportunity for your students to enhance their skills in research, design thinking, and collaboration? The Innovation Hub has many opportunities to expand student participation through collaboration with UofT divisions and departments. Contact us for more details.
The Innovation Hub at U of T is currently assembling teams of students and staff to explore the viability of 5 ideas that came out of an extensive consultation, ideation and prototyping process last year to discover ideas that will improve the student experience. This is a great opportunity to join a cross-disciplinary team of students and staff working together towards a common purpose, of creating a sense of community and connectedness among our students, staff and faculty.
The Innovation Hub is pleased to announce that we are hosting an Ideas Workshop on June 5th and 9th for students, faculty and staff to take our prototype ideas and explore how they might come to life at U of T, and help us start to think about how prospective project teams for each of these ideas. We invite students, faculty and staff from the U of T community to join us as we expand our thinking about these ideas in a fun and collaborative setting.
The Innovation Hub teams have developed 25 ideas to improve the student experience at the University of Toronto and we need your feedback! More than 100 in-depth interviews were conducted with students during the Innovation Hub’s insight-gathering process. After identifying key insights that emerged from needs expressed by students, the domain teams worked to develop ideas to improve the U of T student experience. These are the final 25 ideas, organized by domain team. These ideas are in prototype format and they are waiting for your feedback and input so that we can iterate them! After reading through the ideas, please follow the link to leave us feedback on the ideas!