This session on April 14 will teach you how you can research and learn about new workforce trends; connect with professionals in your field and share your career insights and comments with your network. Learn more. Read more about Unlock the Power of LinkedIn
Repeats every month on the 7 of May until Fri May 07 2021 . Also includes Fri May 28 2021.
10:30am to 12:30pm
We all have unconscious biases, which doesn’t make us moral or corrupt; it makes us human. In this 2-hour virtual workshop, you will learn how the brain is naturally inclined to make generalizations (some true, some false, some good, some bad) and why. When these generalizations result in stereotypes and biases, there is a danger that marginalized employees will suffer unfair treatment and judgment through no fault of their own. While we cannot completely rid ourselves of unconscious bias, we can learn what to do when the bias is our own or when we are the target of someone else’s...
The traits typically used to describe trees—leaves, twigs, and buds—are often hard to see or seasonally absent. Join Michael for an exploration of bark, which is always visible, in any season. As you hone your perceptive abilities you will learn about a system for identifying tree species by their bark, and discover why such a variety of bark characteristics exist. Why do some species have smooth bark, while on others it is thick and broken? Why does bark peel?
Writing for websites and digital platforms is different from writing for print and other more traditional (offline) formats. The Writing for the Web 1.5 hour course, offered by Harvard Web Publishing, offers insights and best practices on online content consumption, content strategy, and how you can improve your website's usability by following simple proofreading, readability, and accessibility practices.
Audience: University-Wide Pre-Requisites: None Cost: None Late Drop/Cancel Fee: None
Web Accessibility for Developers is a training based on 10 Essentials for Developers. Meant as a follow-up to "Digital Accessibility for Content Creators" or another introduction to accessibility, we survey some essentials for developers with code examples, demonstrations, and an emphasis on testing.
This training will be held virtually via Zoom in two sessions: 10 am - 12 pm, and 2 pm - 4 pm.
In this workshop on March 29, you will learn what the resources are to help determine how long to keep your office records, what to do with records when they are no longer needed by your office, and how to use Harvard's guide for records commonly found across the University. Learn more.
This 90-minutes session on March 17 focuses on helping all Harvard staff members identify which platforms are appropriate for the Harvard related social media accounts they are managing while abiding by University guidelines and department affiliation at the same time. Learn more. Read more about How to Use Social Media at Harvard
This 90-minute virtual workshop on March 10 will focus on characteristics and perceptions of the different styles of change. We’ll explore the emotional effect, fundamental core concerns, and the impact if they are met or overlooked. Learn more. Read more about Navigating Change