Courses (including secondary sections such as labs and discussions) are still required to start at the designated class start times. The FAS Schedule has been expanded to add more time blocks to accommodate distant time zones.
Check out our training materials, including step-by-step instructions, FAQs, and video guides for performing specific tasks. We will also host several virtual lab sessions between the Registration Deadline and the First Day of Classes.
There are a very limited number of pre-selected FAS classrooms available for this purpose. No technology or media support is available beyond wifi connection. To use a classroom, you must seek the approval of both your Department Administrator and the head of your Division. Please consult FAS Classrooms page for more information.
Roles in my.harvard typically expire on June 30, or December 31. It is the responsibility of the Department Administrator to give new leadership or staff access to my.harvard or renew the appointments for existing members of the Advising Committee roster. This includes roles such as: Department Chairs; Directors of Studies; Head Tutors; Program Administrators; Dept Administrators. Department Administrators should review overall access at least once per term to ensure access continuity....
Courses holding an online final exam should use the Exam/Final Deadline assigned in the my.harvard course search, and an alternative exam time should also be arranged for students in distant time zones.
The Office for Undergraduate Education has compiled information on remote...
Final papers, take-home exams, projects, presentations, and other culminating course assignments due after the end of regular classes must be due on or before the day of each course’s assigned Exam/Final Deadline Group, but no earlier than the fourth day of Reading Period. Final projects that include individual or group presentations may be scheduled beginning on the fourth day of Reading Period and may extend through the Final Examination Period. *