i2.002 Mechanics and Materials II – MITCET Online Modularity Experiment , Spring 2012
Chemistry Bridge – MITCET Online Modularity Experiment, Spring 2012
Aeronautics and Astronautics: 16.20 & 16.90 – MITCET Online Modularity Experiment, Spring 2012
Going Online With Your Course
MIT's Office of Educational Innovation and Technology is ready to support faculty who wish to experiment with online offerings of their courses on-campus. OEIT will also provide advice to faculty members on how to create subject content and assemble it for online delivery. Faculty members are encouraged to contact OEIT at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
In 2011-2012 MITCET worked with faculty from Aero/Astro, Chemistry and Mechanical Engineering to conduct a set of online educational experiments that focused on modularity and the idea of providing experiences for students that are more modular and flexible both in time (not always organized into one—semester chunks) and geography (not always on campus), as the key areas to address through these experiments. [ More... ]
Online & Residential Education Workshop
On May 24, 2012, MITCET sponsored a workshop to examine the
progress, costs and benefits from online learning experiments
undertaken this academic year, identify specific ways that these experiments can help faculty teach in the MIT residential educational system, and identify projects, experiments, and themes that MIT should consider to further the understanding and implementation of online learning in the MIT curriculum, in order to enhance the residential educational experience. [ More... ]
Articles on online learning of interest to the MIT community, curated by OEIT.
The mission of the MIT Council on Educational Technology (MITCET) is to enhance the quality of MIT education by encouraging the appropriate application of technology, both on and off campus.
The Council provides continuous strategic guidance and vision of MIT institutional activities concerning the application of information technology to education, and it advises the Provost on priorities, policies, and new opportunities. [ More ... ]