Into Practice Resources

Request A Research Appointment

Harvard Library provides research support including appointments with research librarians who can provide subject-specific sources.

TELLab

TELLab, funded by a Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT) grant, is a platform for online experiments that students can participate in and modify for their own use. Faculty interested in developing an experiment module for their course can contact the team. ...

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Digital Arts and Humanities (DARTH)

Digital Arts and Humanities (DARTH) supports faculty and student digital initiatives in the arts and humanities for research and artistic creation.

Digital Teaching Fellow (DiTF) program

The Digital Teaching Fellow (DiTF) program, which pairs graduate students with faculty to develop digital active learning projects in their courses, is extending to other FAS departments with a HILT grant project helmed by history professors Dan Smail and Ann Blair. 

Multimedia Lab in Lamont

The Multimedia Lab in Lamont Library features equipment for creating, editing, and publishing a wide variety of multimedia projects.

Multimedia workshops (Bok Center)

The Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning offers a series of spring 2016 multimedia workshops for the teaching and learning community. 

Library Reserves (Canvas)

Canvas, Harvard’s learning management system, allows instructors to submit requests for course readings to a supporting Harvard library.                                     

Justice (HarvardX)

Explore archived HarvardX course Justice, an introduction to moral and political philosophy that explores contemporary dilemmas and controversies.

Participation (Christensen Center)

HBS’s Christensen Center for Teaching & Learning highlights brief instructor video tips on managing student participation and creating a learning environment that is fair, safe, and challenging.

Teaching the Moral Leader: A Literature-Based Leadership Course

Whether instructors are interested in experimenting with literature-based learning in one course module or an entire curriculum, Sandra Sucher’s Teaching the Moral Leader is a practical guide, available through the Harvard Library and where books are sold.

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