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Digital Fundamentals for Public Impact
Georgetown University, 3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057, United States

Online course offered through Georgetown University’s Initiative on Technology and Society, the Beeck Center for Social Impact + Innovation and the McCourt School of Public Policy: a continuing education course to help participants rapidly grasp digital fundamentals in a way that is practical and relevant to their work.

This course will be co-designed and taught by practitioners with deep and current experience across the field of Public Interest Technology. Instructors run a range from deeply technical software engineers like Afua Bruce (former Executive Director of the White House National Science and Technology Council) and Mikey Dickerson (founding Administrator of the U.S. Digital Service), to product and service designers like Cyd Harrell (author of A Civic Technologist’s Practice Guide and former Chief of Staff at 18F) and Dan Hon (Principal at Very Little Gravitas, a government technology consultancy, and former Editorial Director at Code for America) who have been working with governments at all levels to design and deliver products (and policies) that work better for people. Emily Tavoulareas will be the anchor Georgetown faculty member, leading the design and delivery of the program.

Organization Type: Academic or research organization
Status: Active
Parent Organization: Beeck Center
Last Modified: 4/4/2024
Added on: 4/2/2024

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