Fall course registration begins on August 17. Please ensure that your syllabus is posted to your Canvas site and that your Canvas site is published so that prospective enrollees can access it as they decide on their classes for this semester (you can continue to work on your site after it is published).
Canvas sites have been created and are ready to be set up! Faculty and teaching staff will find their list of Fall courses in my.harvard.edu. Faculty are asked to have their sites ready with syllabi and published for students to preview by mid-August. More information about Canvas, including tutorials and documentation, is available on our Canvas page.
By Thurs. Dec 2, spring Canvas sites will be available for faculty to edit for all scheduled spring 2022 courses. By Wed. Nov 24, course needing combined section Canvas sites must have the correct primary section selected in my.harvard.edu so that only one site is generated. If your department needs assistance locating the Primary checkbox, they can contact The Registrar’s Office at email@example.com. After that date you will need to contact Academic Technology directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to combine any course sites.
Can Virtual Reality be used in a time of extreme isolation to connect undergraduate students from Harvard with mentees in a juvenile detention center in meaningful ways? Will this service-learning environment be as fulfilling as in person work? How can VR provide unique educational opportunities to mentees now and in the future? Learn more and register.
The Digital Teaching Methods seminar provides a hands-on introduction to several approaches that have been used successfully at Harvard, all grounded in specific pedagogical examples and use cases. Whether you will be teaching with digital tools for the first time in the coming semester, or have already been doing so for some time, this remiote workshop provides a focused and supportive environment for improving your practice... Read more
As we all prepare for the return to in-person teaching, we're also preparing for higher-than-usual enrollment and increased needs for technology in courses. You can let us know early about plans for courses you're teaching or supporting this fall:... Read more about Fall Technology Needs for Courses
Canvas sites have been created and are ready to be set up! Faculty and teaching staff will find their list of Fall courses in my.harvard.edu. Faculty are asked to have their sites ready with syllabi and published for students to preview by August 16th. More information about Canvas, including tutorials and documentation, is available on our Canvas page.
Name pronunciation is now live in FAS Canvas sites! Audio recordings made in either my.harvard or PeopleSoft play in Canvas so that students and instructors can hear correct name pronunciations. This feature can be found in the main (left-hand) navigation menu of your Canvas site(s). Learn more about the Name Pronunciation tool.
XIDs are being replaced by HarvardKey Light. In the past, individuals without Harvard IDs who needed to be added to Canvas sites were prompted to sign up for an XID. Beginning this summer, XIDs are being replaced by HarvardKey Light. Information on HarvardKey Light, including how to activate an account, is available in the HUIT Knowledge Base.
Fundamentals of Digital Scholarship introduces participants to the core stages of digital scholarship’s research workflow: the acquisition, manipulation, analysis, and presentation of data. This seminar serves as a springboard for faculty, students, and staff who wish to explore the potential of digital scholarship. Register via the Harvard Training Portal.