Technology

Whiteboard

Microsoft Whiteboard IconMicrosoft Whiteboard (part of Office365, and available to faculty, staff, and students in FAS) supports individual and collaborative whiteboards. 

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Labster

FAS courses will be able to use Labster for Fall 2020. More information, including installation instructions, will appear here soon.

 

Gradescope

FAS courses will be able to use Gradescope for Fall 2020. More information, including installation instructions, will appear here soon.

Canvas Behind the Scenes

Helpful behind the scenes info on how Canvas integrates with my.harvard, common administrative questions, and more.

Data Feeds

Canvas gets data feeds from my.harvard every 5 minutes, including:

  • Course catalog information (course description)
  • Class roster (instructors, enrolled students, prospective enrollees, teaching fellows)
  • Sections

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Using Zoom to Teach Your Class Online

As an instructor, Zoom can help keep your class going if you or your students have a situation that keeps you from meeting in person. Synchronous online class sessions, where everyone joins a Zoom meeting at a scheduled time, is one way to create engagement when students are remote, but Zoom can also be used to support other teaching and learning scenarios. Zoom can be used on laptops, desktops, tablets, smartphones, and even desk phones, giving students many ways to access the class session.

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Turning Technologies

Turning Technologies logoFall 2019 update: Turning Technologies clickers are no longer supported in the FAS. Instructors still eager to use this technology can contact Academic Technology for the FAS who can connect them with the vendor to discuss pricing and facilitate integration with Canvas.

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