Departments should carefully consider the set up of former full year courses. Designating a course as indivisible has serious impacts on grading, credit value, repeat for credit rules, and enrollment process. In this training you will learn about how to set up an indivisible course. We will also review how each course should look in the catalog view and schedule of classes view.
Science Center 142 (1st Floor, by the Oxford Street Entrance)
In this training, you will learn how to setup and access the course site, add/remove users, and upload course resources, such as a course syllabus or events to the site calendar. This training is conducted by the Academic Technologies for FAS.
Milestones are non-course-related events that a student must fulfill for a degree. They include things such as language requirements, qualifying and oral examinations, thesis, and dissertation. Learn how to assign and update milestones, as well as, record completions of milestones and attempts to fulfill them.
Debrief the semester with our staff and learn about improvements we are pursuing to streamline curriculum work in my.harvard, and hear about results from the Training Resources Survey. Read more about Courses Open House
We will reviewhow to enter course room preferences for spaces controlled by the Registrar’s Office, your department-owned rooms, and department rooms that another school/department owns and has already confirmed; how to review the course room preferences you have entered; and how to edit course room preferences you have entered.
Smith Campus Center, 4th floor, small conference room
Review the policies, procedures, and deadlines related to the upcoming Final Exam Period. This training will cover House responsibilities during final exams, as well as many of the frequently asked questions students raise regarding final exams. Topics include how and when to request AEO accommodations for a final exam, how to submit exam rescheduling requests, when an AdBoard petition is required to reschedule an exam, an overview of the In Absentia exam process, and procedures for handling student illness before and during final exams.