Nathaniel Levy – Going OOC: Teaching Copyright, Slow MOOC-ing, and more


As a Project Manager at the Harvard’s Berkman Center, Nathaniel is privileged to work on several initiatives cutting across the themes of education, youth, and innovation. He contributes to research and programmatic efforts that explore how young people use technology and thus offers insights for educators, policymakers, and youth themselves. Another topical focus of his work is government innovation – that is, exploring opportunities at the intersection of open gov, open data, and civic entrepreneurship.

Since leaving Brown with a History degree in December 2010, Nathaniel has also run intro computer classes for adult learners, contributed to open education projects, and climbed Neutaconkanut Hill in Providence, Rhode Island. When he reads fiction, it’s usually science fiction.