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Math CI Space offers cross-disciplinary potential

May 5, 2010

On May 4th, the Math CI team led a presentation and discussion on the math department's CI Space, a collaboritve website for instructors in mathematics communications intensive courses at MIT.

iCampus Award deadline is April 16

March 11, 2010

Students: don't miss out on the opportunity to have your innovation rewarded!

MIT connects with SPIRAL CONNECT

March 2, 2010

SPIRAL Connect is a comprehensive learning management platform currently being piloted in University Lyon 1 in Lyon France. Christophe Batier's presentation here at MIT last Friday sparked a lively dialogue focussing on SPIRAL's impact on teaching and learning at the university level.

OEIT announces new collaboration with NB Project's annotation tool

February 2, 2010

The NB project has created an online collaborative annotation tool for PDF documents which was recently awarded a d’Arbeloff grant. The grant will allow NB to collaborate with OEIT in order to help NB move to broader deployment.  NB has been an integral part of MIT classes since February 2009 and as a result of two major development cycles, the current version is now ready for wider use at MIT.

Candace Thille of OLI prompts discussion of discovery systems, outcomes assesment

December 15, 2009

Candace Thille’s Dec 14th Crosstalk presentation on the OLI learning environment sparked lively discussion and raised several topics of interest in regards to teaching and learning in the digital realm. Several topics are described further below.

Ed Tech Fair enjoys huge turnout, showcases diverse MIT talents

October 19, 2009

On October 14, OEIT, the Teaching and Learning Laboratory, and the Office of Faculty Support co-hosted MIT's Ed Tech Fair 2009: Innovation, Transformation and Excellence in Learning.

The four-hour passion-filled event enjoyed a huge turnout, with a lively panel discussion featuring four MIT professors doing pioneering work in visualization and simulation, the student winners of the iCampus prize demonstrating their winning projects and over 25 presenters and exhibitors.

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