Join Ash Center Technology and Democracy Fellows to develop your digital toolkit. This is a hands-on workshop; participants are expected to arrive ready to learn and practice a new skill.
Please note: The location of this event has changed from Wexner 436 to the Ash Center, Room 226, located at 124 Mt. Auburn, Suite 200N.
This workshop will be led by Devin Murphy, an Ash Center Technology and Democracy Fellow who leads the digital communications and technology program at the California League of Conservation Voters. Participants will explore key digital and technology organizing strategies (including rapid response, digital advertising, email marketing, P2P texting) and get a hands-on experience of how the nation's largest civil and human rights organizations are using technology to advance democracy. Participants are encouraged to bring your smartphone or laptop computer to optimize your learning experience. Refreshments will be provided.
Registration is free, but required for this workshop.
The Ash Center's Technology and Democracy Workshop Series are hands-on, co-curricular events designed to help HKS and other students at Harvard develop real-world technology skills. Led by a network of technology practitioners, participants spend time working together and with the workshop leader to learn how to apply technical skills to impact real-world scenarios. Learn more about the fellowship program here.