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Harvard Graduate School of Education

DIGITAL LEARNING PLATFORM

Overview

A major initiative to transition the entire School to the digital learning platform.

STRATEGY

Three-part change management strategy: “Faculty Readiness,” “Student Readiness,” and “Support Readiness.”

LEARNING EXPERIENCE DESIGN

Design of degree courses and leadership and professional development programs, based on research-driven and learner engagement approaches.

TECHNOLOGY IMPLEMENTATION

Course buildouts and rollouts of Canvas LMS through a phased approach consisting of course pilots, small-scale adoption, and mass migration.

INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT & DEVELOPMENT

Consultation with faculty members and teaching fellows to provide assistance with course design, development, and delivery.

TRAINING

Workshops and presentations for IT Service Center enablement for providing tiered-support services to the School on the new digital learning platform.

WORKFORCE ENGAGEMENT

Policies, communication, and workflow development for implementing the strategy across various departments.

Impact

FACULTY

Courses

Participants

About the Organization

For nearly 100 years, the Harvard Graduate School of Education has prepared talented, passionate individuals to become transformative leaders in education.

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Testimonials

DIGITAL LEARNING 360° HELPED US AGAIN LEVERAGE THE POWER OF TECHNOLOGY IN TWO WAYS.

One of them is built an online platform that made it possible for students to continue the conversations that we had at the iLab and make sure that we could extend the learning experience way beyond the physical classroom into virtual environment that was ready for students 24/7.

And Digital Learning 360° also helped us leverage the social networking technologies to extend the conversation that was taking place in the class, with a much wider group of people interested in educational innovations.

 

Fernando Reimers

Professor and Director, International Education Policy Program

Harvard Graduate School of Education

DIGITAL LEARNING 360° WOULD BE A VALUABLE PARTNER TO A VARIETY OF LEARNING PROJECTS.

Digital Learning 360° led a major enterprise-wide learning management system migration project. They demonstrated strong change management, instructional technology, product development, and project management skills. They contributed significantly also to related and parallel projects.
 

Bill Wisser

Director, Teaching and Learning Lab
Lecturer in Education

Harvard Graduate School of Education