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Violeta Ivanova

ARTEMiS combines the principles of visual communication with the tools of modern computer graphics. The visualizations enhance teaching and learning in mathematics, science, and engineering.

Jeff Merriman

The MIT Core Concept Catalog (MC3) project is designed to enhance re-use of Open Educational Resources, such as OCW and other on-line educational content or activities.

Haynes Miller

Crosslinks, funded by the a grant from the Alumni Class Funds, aims to provide students themselves with tools to make connections between topics covered in different subjects at MIT.

Professor J. Kim Vandiver

The Edgerton Digital Collection is an online nexus created to celebrate the life and work of Harold "Doc" Edgerton. The site collects content from the MIT Museum, MIT Libraries, and TechTV.

Haynes Miller

ECS is collaboration space for instructors who teach communications-intensive courses to share insights and best practices.

The Extraordinary Learning video provides a window into several current exciting innovations in the undergraduate curriculum at MIT. In the video, students and professors talk about innovation and creativity in teaching and learning at MIT.

William Kettyle

When faculty members experiment with technology enhancements, there is often a ripple effect where thoughts about technology lead to thoughts about pedagogy, which then lead back to new ideas about technology.

Jesus del Alamo
Steve Lerman

Online laboratories (“iLabs”) are experimental systems that can be accessed through the Internet from a regular web browser. iLabs allow students and educators in science and engineering to carry out experiments from anywhere at any time.

Vincent Lepinay

A course in the STS department uses a dynamic webdirectory to harness the collective intelligence of its students and related researchers.

Haynes Miller

The Math-CI Space is an online community where instructors of communication-intensive courses in mathematics can share materials and actively discuss teaching ideas. 

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