Join AT-FAS for an introduction to Canvas, including adding people to your site; posting a syllabus, files, and announcements; creating, reviewing, and grading assignments; and more! Workshops are being offered weekly; you can register for the session that best fits your schedule on our Canvas Training page.
Learn the basics of Zoom with plenty of time for questions. After this workshop, you will be able to schedule Zoom meetings in Canvas, manage participants and understand access settings, share your screen, manage breakout rooms, and more! Find the session that best fits your schedule on our Zoom Training page.
Visual Eloquence is a participatory workshop on visualizing data and understanding the powerful role it plays in analysis and presentation for digital scholarship. No experience necessary! Register free on the Harvard Training Portal.
Scalar is a free, open source authoring and publishing platform designed to make it easy for authors and instructors to assemble media from multiple sources and juxtapose them with their own writing in a variety of ways, with minimal technical expertise required. This workshop is focused on adapting existing course assignments to Scalar. Register in advance via this zoom link.
Panopto allows a user to easily record and manage audio and video content, and is installed on all FAS/GSAS Canvas sites. This workshop will cover all the basics of the tool, including how you can use it with or insteaed of Zoom, setting permissions, editing, and additional features that may benefit your courses. Sign up for this workshop here.
Are you looking for a way to make a final writing project or capstone assignment more remote-friendly? In this workshop, staff from Academic Technology and the Bok Center will introduce faculty and TFs to Scalar, a free, open-source authoring and publishing platform, and provide assistance planning and remediating course assignments. Register here.
Engage with Academic Technology for FAS's introductory 'Teaching Remotely with Zoom' workshop at the time and place of your choosing by following this link. Topics covered include chat, screen sharing, and managing participants within Zoom, as well as creating and hosting Zoom meetings from your Canvas course site.
As you may be aware, Dean Gay has asked FAS faculty to familiarize themselves with Zoom in preparation for possible interruptions to residential teaching due to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Her message to faculty (included below) highlights the training and resources now available to faculty and instructional support staff, and we hope you will share these resources within your departments. Read more...
Visual Eloquence is a participatory workshop on visualizing data and understanding the powerful role it plays in analysis and presentation for digital scholarship. Pizza is provided! Register free on the Harvard Training Portal.
Wed., Nov. 6, 2-3pm at Cabot Science Library: Concentration camps were much more than a corollary to National Socialism: they represented the most fully articulated manifestation of its ideology. This talk will showcase the use of advanced digital techniques to shed light on one of the most crucial steps in the admissions process, the removal of personal effects from arriving prisoners, and explore how we can use these objects to gain insight about their owners, the system that victimized them, and the distinctions it created.... Read more about Discovery Series Talk, Nov. 6: Identity, Personhood, and Material Culture