Here are some drawings for Harvard Magazine. In this age of COVID, even a school with a 40-billion dollar-endowment has struggled with the limitations of remote learning. This article is about how they’re attempting to make the virtual experience more engaging and meaningful for students. The drawing above addresses ways in which Harvard is attempting to make zoom called more interactive, and multi-dimensional (with polls, charts, breakout sessions, etc)
|A history professor is exploring the idea of 3D tours of cultural monuments and ruins.|
|Music students are collaborating remotely to compose group compositions.|
|Harvard has an excellent IT staff to support needs of professors.|
Enormous thanks to art director, Jennifer Carling, for another super-fun assignment!