Moving a course you designed for face-to-face delivery to an online environment undoubtedly poses certain challenges, not least of all the question of how to communicate clearly to students how they will be expected to interact with your new course materials and/or new modes of communication. Some aspects of your course may remain unchanged; others, however, will have to adjust to accommodate the new ways in which students will be interacting with you and with each other.
Read our advice about teaching online
Help Available Elsewhere
Academic Technology for the FAS / HUIT
Your starting place for learning about and accessing many of the technological tools you may need, such as Zoom, Canvas, and related plug-ins.
- AT-FAS's Remote Ready page
The Vice Provost for Advances in Learning (VPAL)
VPAL convenes university-wide conversations about teaching and pedagogical research, particularly in the online space.
The Office of Undergraduate Education (OUE)
OUE oversees, and stewards resources devoted to, the undergraduate curriculum at Harvard College..
- Resources for Faculty
- OUE's Remote Ready site
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org with requests for assistance
The Division of Continuing Education (DCE)
DCE offers a mix of in-person, hybrid, and online courses, and their staff are experienced in thinking about multiple ways to achieve your goals through different mediums.
- DCE's Contingency planning page
SEAS and the Division of Science
Advice on teaching in the sciences.
The Harvard Libraries
Request help modifying/troubleshooting your research-based assignments.