Online Resources



This is UVic’s central course hub and primary Learning Management System. If your courses were on CourseSpaces before, there are many resources to help you with learning the new system in easy steps.

Your UVic Learning Technologies

These self-paced online modules will help you get started with the basics for Brightspace, Zoom, Microsoft Teams and more. Explore common features you may use in your courses and know where to get help.

Student Guide to Online Learning

This interactive guide will help you prepare for online learning at UVic. Get comfortable with what to expect, check out tips for learning online, get started with online tools, and know where to find help.

Assistive Technology

The Centre for Accessible Learning (CAL) offers support for students registered with the Centre. CAL can help with identifying support needs for reading, writing, visual access, recording sound, verbal note-taking, learning how to use assistive software, and more.

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Digital Scholarships

Digital Scholarship Commons

The Libraries Digital Scholarship Commons (DSC) is here to help you learn new digital skills and provide access to new technologies to enhance your school projects and assignments during on-campus and distance-learning.

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Digital Scholarships


An ePortfolio is an online tool that students can use to compile examples of their learning and experiences, reflect on these to deeper understand them, find connections between them and also present them to others. We have resources, workshops and research to guide students on creating their own ePortfolios.

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Minimum Tech Requirements

UVic has established minimum technical requirements for students to participate in online learning environments. Your faculty, program, or course may have additional requirements. Please consult your course outline for course-specific information.

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Managing Digital Content

Do you need help with managing your email and communications? Using these tips will save you time and protect your privacy.

Online Student Conduct

Creating an online environment where everyone is able to do their best work is important. The University of Victoria is committed to promoting critical academic discourse while providing a respectful and supportive learning environment.

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