"The Ancient Greek Hero" (CB22x) is based on a course that has been offered as a GenEd option within Harvard College since 1977 (as Culture and Belief 22), and which has been offered through the Extension School for nearly as long (as CLAS E-116/w). Over that three and a half decade period, it has spawned over 10,000 alumni.
Technology in Government (TIG) and Topics in Privacy (TIP) When: 5/6/2013, refreshments served at 2:30pm, discussion 3 to 4pm in room K354, at 1737 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA 02138. Title: The Business of Personal Data Discussants: Adam Tanner
by David J. Malan, Senior Lecturer on Computer Science and Lead Instructor of CS50x
Version 1 of CS50x debuted on Monday, 15 October 2012, and concluded (unlike my taxes) on Monday, 15 April 2013. We’ve only just begun to dive into all of the data we collected over those six months, but we thought we’d take a moment to share some preliminary datapoints.
In order to house disparate dataverse networks within one database we are going to implement the idea of “subnetworks” in version 3.5 of Dataverse Network. The main purpose for these subnetworks is to allow for separate home page branding, search and templates for each subnetwork. Here are some key points and mockups of what the subnetworks would look like. Please note that this information is subject to change.
It was pure coincidence: three days prior to the tragic Boston Marathon bombing of April 15th, 2013 I was invited by the Program on Crisis Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government to lead a workshop for students and practitioners. I shared with them the challenges, failures, and successes I experienced in leading crisis task forces. Among the many lessons that I learned, seven stand out in the field of crisis preparedness and leadership.