HarvardX Project Lead
The HarvardX Project Lead is a member of the HarvardX Instructional Development Group, reporting to one of that group’s Managers of Instructional Development. The Project Lead oversees the conception, development, delivery and assessment of high quality, high impact online learning experiences for HarvardX. Working closely with assigned faculty and with colleagues in the HarvardX instructional development, production, technology and research groups, the HarvardX Project Lead assesses the range of possible options for a particular learning experience and ensures an effective balance between established practice and opportunities for innovation. The HarvardX Project Lead provides project management for the overall development and delivery of HarvardX online learning experiences, coordinates the project team members (from Harvard, HarvardX, edX and beyond) assigned to address those needs, and supervises any course development personnel hired on a contingent basis for the assigned project(s). The Project Lead is a member of the continuing HarvardX team (distinct from hires made for specific, time-limited projects).
Project Manager for Accessibility
AllstonX Program Manager
The Harvard Allston Education Portal (Ed Portal) is an innovative collaborative partnership involving Harvard University, the City of Boston, the Harvard Allston Task Force, and the Allston-Brighton community. The Ed Portal is the Allston-Brighton community’s front door to Harvard’s educational (virtual and in person), arts, wellness, and workforce and economic development programs. This position works closely with the Ed Portal team and reports to the Director of Community Programming for Harvard Public Affairs and Communications.
HarvardX for Allston brings Harvard’s online education platform, HarvardX , to Allston-Brighton and the greater Boston community by offering programs integrating HarvardX courses with opportunities for in-person interactions, labs, workshops, and discussions. HX for Allston is an emerging program and will include discussion groups led by Teaching Fellows for each course and public lectures given by Harvard professors at the Harvard Education Portal www.edportal.harvard.edu. The lectures are recorded and live-streamed, providing an opportunity to connect the local audience in attendance with course participants from around the world.