HarvardX for Allston is a new educational initiative which brings HarvardX content and edX courses to the Allston-Brighton community and general public by offering programs that integrate the latest in virtual education technologies with opportunities for in-person interactions and discussion. Read more about HarvardX for Allston Launches Fall Programs
Two more excellent members of our team, Hogan Seidel and Fred Ata, have joined HarvardX as full-time video editors with HarvardX.
Additionally, HarvardX will welcome four new faces to the HarvardX video editor team: Amanda Justice, Jared Voss, Chris Engles, and Walter Blazewicz. Amanda, Jared, and Chris will be starting on September 2nd; Walter will join us on September 8th.
With these hires, HarvardX will have its complete full-time video editor team on board.
Harvard students Eryn Heying (Harvard Graduate School of Education), Kimi Fafowora '17 (applied mathematics), and Briana "Bri" Belser '15, will all be at the HarvardX office this semester.
Eryn, Kimi, and Bri (who worked previously as a HarvardX video intern) will be working as Documentation Assistants, charged with carefully working through all our past courses and documenting things like course structures, video types, assessment word counts, and other interesting data.
Harvard Gazette By Beth Giudicessi, Harvard Correspondent
Scholars who work with historical objects may think of those objects as worlds apart from emerging technology, but students in two courses — one offered through the Committee on Medieval Studies and Harvard Divinity School, the other through the Program in General Education — harnessed the power of both to curate exhibits now on display. Read more about Scrolls and Scrolling