Past Events

  • 2016 Jun 22

    TLT Sprint Review Demo

    Repeats every 2 weeks every Wednesday until Thu Jun 30 2016 .
    10:00am to 11:00am

    Location: 

    125 Mt. Auburn St., 5th floor Conference Room

    TLT welcomes all interested Harvard colleagues to our biweekly sprint review demos. As an Agile development team, TLT demonstrates new product features and updates every two weeks. These demos allow TLT to openly share the changes that have been completed in the most recent two-week “sprint” of development. Additionally, the sprint review demo is an opportunity for attendees to provide feedback to the team that can help contribute to feature and enhancement requests. The collaborative nature of TLT’s sprint review demos aims to foster greater interaction between the stakeholders, Read more about TLT Sprint Review Demo

  • 2016 Jun 08

    TLT Sprint Review Demo

    10:00am to 11:00am

    Location: 

    125 Mt. Auburn St., 5th floor Conference Room

    TLT welcomes all interested Harvard colleagues to our biweekly sprint review demos. As an Agile development team, TLT demonstrates new product features and updates every two weeks. These demos allow TLT to openly share the changes that have been completed in the most recent two-week “sprint” of development. Additionally, the sprint review demo is an opportunity for attendees to provide feedback to the team that can help contribute to feature and enhancement requests. The collaborative nature of TLT’s sprint review demos aims to foster greater interaction between the stakeholders, Read more about TLT Sprint Review Demo

  • 2016 Jun 06

    NERCOMP Workshop Beyond the Brain: Creative Problem-Solving for Instructional Designers & Technologists

    (All day)

    Location: 

    Four Points Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center Norwood, MA

    DATE: Monday, June 6, 2016

    TIME: 9:00am - 3:00pm (Coffee and Registration start at 7:30am)

    PRICE:
    NERCOMP Members: $130, Non-Members: $260
    Your fee includes unlimited am and pm break and lunch.

    LOCATION:
    Four Points Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center
    Norwood, MA.

    DESCRIPTION:
    Instructional design and technology professionals face a common situation: we solve learning and technology problems, and often our solutions must be creative.

    We apply elbow grease and brainpower, but we’re often flummoxed.
    • First, it’s hard Read more about NERCOMP Workshop Beyond the Brain: Creative Problem-Solving for Instructional Designers & Technologists

  • 2016 Jun 06

    NERCOMP Canvas User Group 2016

    (All day)

    Location: 

    Norwood, MA

    Join friends and colleagues from across new England institutions to discuss Canvas. This annual Canvas User Group provides all types of Canvas users in the region an opportunity to hear about how colleagues are implementing Canvas on their campuses. In addition to being a valuable networking opportunity, user group attendees typically leave with new ideas that fit well with their institution's strategy for leveraging their LMS. This fourth-annual Canvas User Group will feature speakers from various Canvas institutions and will allow attendees to share and learn about new ideas, best Read more about NERCOMP Canvas User Group 2016

  • 2016 Jun 02

    TLT and Friends Presentation at IT Summit

    1:00pm to 2:00pm

    Location: 

    TBD

    Join TLT and friends to learn more about the conclusion of the TLT program and what is next for academic technology at Harvard. As part of this conversation, DCE will share their experience moving to Canvas and their plans for deeper use of Canvas in the coming academic year. FAS will share their development of LTI tools to extend Canvas functionality. Visit the Harvard IT Summit website.

  • 2016 May 25

    TLT Sprint Review Demo

    10:00am to 11:00am

    Location: 

    125 Mt. Auburn St., 5th floor Conference Room

    TLT welcomes all interested Harvard colleagues to our biweekly sprint review demos. As an Agile development team, TLT demonstrates new product features and updates every two weeks. These demos allow TLT to openly share the changes that have been completed in the most recent two-week “sprint” of development. Additionally, the sprint review demo is an opportunity for attendees to provide feedback to the team that can help contribute to feature and enhancement requests. The collaborative nature of TLT’s sprint review demos aims to foster greater interaction between the stakeholders, Read more about TLT Sprint Review Demo

  • 2016 May 11

    TLT Sprint Review Demo

    10:00am to 11:00am

    Location: 

    125 Mt. Auburn St., 5th floor Conference Room

    TLT welcomes all interested Harvard colleagues to our biweekly sprint review demos. As an Agile development team, TLT demonstrates new product features and updates every two weeks. These demos allow TLT to openly share the changes that have been completed in the most recent two-week “sprint” of development. Additionally, the sprint review demo is an opportunity for attendees to provide feedback to the team that can help contribute to feature and enhancement requests. The collaborative nature of TLT’s sprint review demos aims to foster greater interaction between the stakeholders, Read more about TLT Sprint Review Demo

  • 2016 May 04

    Coffee & Canvas

    3:30pm to 5:00pm

    Location: 

    Maxwell Dworkin 119

    Members of the academic support staff are invited to join TLT for Coffee & Canvas!
  • 2016 Apr 28

    LearnLaunch Panel: So, You Want to be an Instructional Designer?

    6:00pm to 8:00pm

    Location: 

    LearnLaunch 281 Summer St., 2nd Floor Boston, MA 02210

    The field of instructional design is expected to grow by nearly 30% in the next ten years. Why is it such a hot industry? Come hear a panel of experts examine why the job is so satisfying, what it means to be an instructional designer, and what you might need to know if you are interested in this industry as a career.

    Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/so-you-want-to-be-an-instructional-designer...

    Instructional Read more about LearnLaunch Panel: So, You Want to be an Instructional Designer?

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