- Letter from the Chair
- Harvard Coronavirus Webpage
- Harvard FAS Coronavirus Updates
- Harvard Coronavirus Workplace Policies
- Harvard FAS Division of Social Sciences COVID-19 FAQs
- Harvard Telework Continuity Tool Kit
- GSAS Coronavirus guidance
- GSAS Emergency Request Fund
- Harvard International Office (for visa or travel concerns)
- GSAS Office of Residential Life
- GSAS Office of Student Affairs
Additional options to consider may include:
- Non-Resident status
- Leave of Absence
- Traveling Scholar status
- Director of Student Services, Danielle Farrell
- Quick Start: Teaching with Zoom in Canvas
- Using Zoom to teach online class sessions
- Run a smooth meeting with Zoom
- Zoom Tips and Tricks
ATG has provided how-to guides for using Zoom (note that Zoom tutorial workshops are listed at the bottom of this page, some of which have been scheduled for over Spring Break to assist with transitioning courses).
Canvas course websites contain a built-in Zoom function through which all members of your course will be able to connect (see instructions here); this is strongly recommended for course-related Zoom sessions.
Zoom meetings can also be initiated through the Harvard Zoom portal: https://harvard.zoom.us/
Zoom has capabilities for live captioning during meetings and for adding captioning to recordings.
Sigh up for faculty Zoom pegagogy workshops held over Spring Break: https://oue.fas.harvard.edu/zoom-pedagogy-workshops
SIgn up for real time Zoom tech support during your first online class: https://oue.fas.harvard.edu/ride-along-tech-support-class
HUIT has specified that Zoom class recordings will be available for up to one calendar year. Recordings will never be overwritten.
- OUE Resources for Faculty
- Bok Center Guide to Teaching Remotely
- Adapting your Course for Remote Teaching
- Library Resources for Remote Teaching
- Managing Multiple Time Zones
Recorded lectures from past versions of courses can be transferred to this year's Canvas course site. Contact email@example.com to make this request.
JOVE has good videos of labs, experiment demos, etc. which are accessible through Harvard's license.
For courses that heavily utilize chalkboard instruction, see this video put together by the Science Division and SEAS.
Compensation should continue to be charged to awards whether individuals can or cannot contribute to the project. This may not continue indefinitely but for both NIH and NSF it is applicable for up to 30 days, consistent with the university’s current published policy. For now assume that it is any 30 days, per individual, when work cannot be performed (please read the FAQs).
All cancelled travel and related costs may be charged to sponsored awards.
Documentation is critical, be sure to identify COVID-19 related incremental costs and salary unrelated to effort, and maintain that documentation.