• Using the Harvard Sandbox for Qualitative Data Analysis

    Learning Data & Analytics November Event Using the Harvard Sandbox for Qualitative Data Analysis Speaker Allain Williams, Product Manager (VPAL). Date: Tuesday, November 7th, 2023 Time: 12:00 – 1:00 pm ET Click here to register Gain practical insights into qualitative data analysis with the Harvard Sandbox in our upcoming webinar, where we will walk you through […]

  • Interdisciplinary learning through accessible, intentional technology

    Hong Qu, Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy, taught Data Visualization virtually last spring to over 70 students from different Harvard Schools, levels of experience, and corners of the world. To foster a close-knit community among students from diverse backgrounds, Qu intentionally curated a set of online tools and learning exercises to generate an “ambient telepresence.” For instance, he assigned group data visualization projects to promote peer learning and used VoiceThread for assigned peer critiques. During synchronous class time, students were invited to sketch with Qu using Jamboard on the shared screen—a novel form of participation to draw out the inner artist/designer in every student. “I wanted to give them a sense that we’re spending time with each other in this very challenging period to learn as a community, to work together on group projects, and to achieve organic connections and authentic relationships between all our unique places during this pandemic.”
  • Canvas APIs, LTIs, Data and more!

    We are excited to welcome Gabe Abrams, Senior Software Engineer at DCE who will discuss Canvas APIs, LTIs, Data and more! Following his 20 minute presentation, we will have 10 minutes for Q&A, 10 minutes for networking in breakout rooms, followed by a wrap-up and any announcements.
  • Holographic Electricity Toolkit and Curriculum

    Awardee will use augmented reality (AR) technology to design tools that allow students to visualize invisible phenomena and support digitally mediated scientific inquiry and knowledge exchanges in makerspaces.
  • Supporting Virtual Reality Pedagogical Initiatives across Harvard

    Awardees will provide virtual reality (VR) equipment, software, and staff training for initiating and supporting innovative VR pedagogical initiatives at the Cabot Science Library VR studio.
  • Making “Inclass” into a campus-wide educational technology app store

    Awardee will scale the availability of the SEAS educational technology (edtech) app store across the University.
  • How digital education transforms residential teaching: Systematic analysis of faculty attitudes and experiences creating MOOCs

    Awardees will synthesize instructors’ pedagogically relevant experiences and lessons learned making Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) and create a set of best practices.
  • Extending active classroom activities to online students

    Awardees developed methods for online students to participate in active learning exercises designed for the traditional classroom.
  • Graduate multimedia fellows program

    Awardees plan to organize a graduate multimedia fellows program that trains teaching fellows to evaluate and advise students’ on multimedia projects.
  • Sound studies

    Awardee plans to create a computer lab for sound analysis that could support a number of existing courses across several departments.
  • Innovative studio space

    Awardees plan to design and teach a studio class in a technology-enhanced, active-learning classroom.
  • HSPH Department of Information Technology

    ITS supports for the HSPH computing environment.
  • HLS Teaching and Pedagogical Resources

    Technology and Innovation resources, research resources, and diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging resources for HLS faculty and teaching staff.
  • HLS Information Technology Services

    ITS supports the multi-platform computing environment at HLS.
  • HKS Educational Technology

    The educational technology team at Harvard Kennedy School provides our community with technologies to support teaching and learning and to facilitate innovation in the classroom, online, and in the field. Examples include: - Communicating and collaborating before and after class via the course website and associated tools - Engaging with digital course content outside of class and completing related online assessments to show evidence of learning - Gathering in-class anonymous feedback via classroom response systems to gauge understanding and solicit opinions - Bringing in a guest speaker virtually to speak with the class - Providing enrolled students with access to recorded class sessions through the course website for post-session review - Offering live online office hours with teaching staff
  • HGSE Information Technology Office

    ITS office supports the multi-platform computing environment at the HGSE.
  • HDS Office of Information Technology & Media Services

    Office of Information Technology & Media Services support teaching, learning, research, and administration at HDS.
  • SEAS Office of Computing

    Provides information technology support and academic assistance to faculty, students, and staff.
  • DCE Instructional Technology Group: integrated learning technologies

    Provides ITS support to the Extension and Summer School, the Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement, and the Professional Development Programs.
  • Office of Digital Teaching and Learning

    Supports pedagogical and technical aspects of course design, development and implementation, for instructors in Extension and Summer School.