HUIT regularly participants in Year Up, a nonprofit program that provides training and networking opportunities for underserved young people. Through the program, they have an opportunity to gain the skills and discipline they need to succeed.
Year Up has trained and placed nearly 17,500 young people in professional internships in 21 cities. One of them was Stanley Fenelon. And for him, it was a game-changer. Stanley Fenelon got his job as a business systems analyst with HUIT...
On August 28 and 29, the Digital Scholarship Support Group (DSSG), a collaboration of Academic Technology for FAS, the Digital History program, and the Harvard Library, will be offering the Fall 2017 edition of their semi-annual seminar on the use of digital methods in the classroom. Click here for more, and to sign up!
Academic Technology for FAS is currently accepting applications from Harvard students who are interested in educational technology. Student consultants usually work between 5 and 10 hours per week during the academic year, and up to 20 hours per week during the summer, and focus on consulting, outreach, and software development. For more information and to apply, visit atg.fas.harvard.edu/student-opportunities.
If you are teaching a Fall 2017 course, your Canvas site has been created and is ready to be set up! To claim your site, visit your list of Fall courses in my.harvard.edu, launch the course website, and follow the setup checklist. Be sure to publish your site as soon as you’re ready for students to begin visiting it.
Whether you're faculty, staff, or a teaching fellow, Academic Technology for FAS is available to assist you with setting up and administering your course site. We offer training, consultation, and workshops by