Are you new to the LinkedIn networking platform? Have you created a LinkedIn account and you’re not sure what to do next? Building an online reputation is an important part of your career development portfolio and your professional brand. Employers routinely post jobs and recruit candidates through LinkedIn. It is important that you have an accurate and up-to-date LinkedIn profile.
In this 90-minute session you will learn:
How to complete the different sections in your LinkedIn profile
Join us for a special session in which Professor David Moss, author of the acclaimed book “Democracy: A Case Study,” makes history come alive with an audience-driven discussion of Martin Luther King Jr. and the struggle for voting rights. Professor Moss will bring his wildly popular approach to teaching the history of American democracy to a new stage in this public forum hosted by Harvard Business School.
So please bring your ideas, and leave your preconceptions at the door. It will be an afternoon that challenges the way you think about America’s history and civic life – and...
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.
This training will introduce learners to digital accessibility, demonstrate its importance, and provide guidance about Harvard’s Digital Accessibility Policy. We will discuss best practices for creating accessible web content, and also for updating existing content to make it accessible to all users.
The audience for this training is anyone who develops, edits, or publishes content for a website at Harvard, even if it's not your main job responsibility. There will be some...
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