Into Practice Resources

Elements of Effective Class Preparation

The C. Roland Christensen Center for Teaching and Learning at Harvard Business School developed a series of questions to assist instructors in planning effective courses

Framing the Material Past (ablConnect)

Online active learning database ablConnect includes examples of instructional use of museum collections, including curation of a Zeega online gallery of medieval artifacts.

Analyzing Andean Artifacts (ablConnect)

Online active learning database ablConnect includes examples of instructional use of museum collections, including examination of Andean artifacts at the Harvard Peabody Museum.

Harvard Art Museums teaching staff

The museums’ team of educators, curators, conservators, scientists, and technologists consult with faculty from all disciplines to explore how the collections might support their course goals. 

What are Student Groups? (Canvas)

Groups are like a smaller version of your course and are used as a collaborative tool for students to work together on group projects and assignments.

Harvard Online Learning portal

Search the Harvard Online Learning portal, an aggregator of online learning opportunities from professors, centers, schools, libraries, and initiatives across campus.  

Modules (Canvas)

Modules allow you to organize your content to help control the flow of your course. 

Modules are used to organize course content by weeks, units, or a different organizational structure that works for your course. With modules, you are essentially creating a one-directional linear...

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