Teaching & Learning

The resources below highlight University-wide initiatives and organizations that support teaching and learning across campus and beyond. Current listings of academic courses are available in the Harvard University course catalog.


The Harvard Initiative for Learning and Teaching (HILT) catalyzes excellence in learning and teaching by building on existing strengths and forging collaborations across the university, strengthening the science of learning, and developing a network around educational innovation.


HarvardX is a University-wide strategic initiative, overseen by the Office of the Vice Provost for Advances in Learning, to enable faculty to build and create open online learning experiences for residential and online use and to enable groundbreaking research in online pedagogies.

Library & Museums

The Harvard Library and the Harvard Museums advance scholarship and teaching across the arts and sciences, manage knowledge and information systems, and host curated digital and research collections.

Online Learning

The Harvard Online Learning Portal provides a map of online courses and programs, and a wide range of related learning content from across Harvard's schools, initiatives, and programs. Search by discipline, collection, instructional level, platform, and degree of engagement.

Derek Bok Center

The Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning serves faculty and graduate students, promoting pedagogical innovation in course design, providing resources, workshops, and programs like "Multi-media Across the Curriculum" and "Program in Speaking and Learning."

Technologies Program

The Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) program provides student-focused technologies across all Harvard schools, facilitates pedagogical innovation, and contributes to educational research.