Digital Problem-Solving Initiative Pilot: Enhance and Cultivate Digital Competencies and Networks

The Digital Problem-Solving Initiative (DPSI) pilot at Harvard University is an innovative and collaborative project that brings together interested students, faculty, fellows, and staff and enables participants to work in teams on practicable and concrete digital use cases – problems and opportunities – across the university. The pilot offers students and other participants a novel opportunity to enhance and cultivate competency with digital tools and online activity as teams engage with research, creative production, and policies governing the digital world. more >

We are looking for Harvard students who would like to join the pilot program incubated by the Berkman Center. Participants will be asked to commit 8-10 hours per week. Click “Get Involved” below to find out how to apply!

The Digital Problem-Solving Initiative (DPSI) pilot at Harvard University is an innovative and collaborative project that brings together interested students, faculty, fellows, and staff and enables participants to work in teams on practicable and concrete digital use cases – problems and opportunities – across the university. The pilot offers students and other participants a novel opportunity to enhance and cultivate competency with digital tools and online activity as teams engage with research, creative production, and policies governing the digital world.

To learn more about DPSI, click on the links below.



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Last updated August 22, 2013