Carving story out of science, at ABCD WWW, Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Presenter: Ari Daniel Shapiro, Producer of Story Collider, NPR Correspondent

Audience: ABCD-WWW

Overview: Science is full of stories — stories of wonder, of change, and of mystery. And my job as a reporter is to tell those stories in a way that makes listeners and viewers lean in, and think about their world in a different and lasting way. I’ll tell you about how I try to do that, and share with you a bit about my journey — from scientist to journalist — as well as talk about the tech behind making the stories. 

RoomBook Overview, at Lamont Library, Thursday, October 16, 2014

Presenter: Katherine Gates, Director of Risk Management and Administrative Policy 

Audience: FAS Stakeholders

Overview: Summary of the RoomBook program, which allows online booking of FAS classrooms and events spaces.

Standard iSites Migration Plan, at Lamont Library, Thursday, October 16, 2014

Presenter: Kathy Stuart, Senior Product Manager, Academic Technology Services

Audience: FAS Stakeholders

Overview: Harvard University is moving towards other solutions than iSites that will meet the academic and administrative needs of schools and departments now and into the future. Our goal is to retire iSites in the summer of 2016. Check out the Standard iSite Migration site.

Visual Usability, at ABCD WWW, Friday, October 10, 2014

Presenter: Tania Schlatter, Part-time lecturer, Northeastern University, Principal, Nimble Partners UX, Co-author, Visual Usability

Audience: ABCD-WWW

Overview: Imagine how much easier creating web and mobile applications would be if you had a practical and concise, hands-on guide to visual design. 

Connecting the Dots on Enterprise Architecture, at Harvard Faculty Club, Thursday, October 2, 2014

Presenter: Jason Snyder, Managing Director, Engineering & Architecture

Audience: HUIT extended leadership team & friends and family

Overview: Enterprise architecture has just kicked off as a new strategic program at Harvard. What is EA and how will this attempt at building an enterprise architecture for IT be different from other attempts at other institutions?