October 16, 2014

11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Room 4-146

  1. Highlights of report from Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education: Reaction and discussion of implications for educational technology directions
  2. Carnegie-supported Study on Policy Implications for Online Learning & NSF-support Symposium on Online Learning and Learning Sciences
  3. MITCET future and governance for educational technology

April 4, 2014

11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Room 33-218

  1. Feedback to John Charles, V.P. IS&T on Guiding Principles document for IT at MIT.

    A working draft of our proposed Guiding Principles document for IT at MIT is attached. So far, the draft reflects feedback from IS&T Sr Staff, the MIT IT Leaders Group, members of the VP of IS&T Search Committee, plus a few in-progress-review comments from members of the ITGC. Per John’s request, please treat the draft as a work-in-progress — it’s not ready for distribution to a wider audience at this stage in its development.

  2. Brief update/presentation on the work of the Institute Working Group on MIT Education and Facilities – Lori Breslow, Director TLL

    The intent would be to identify key themes that may be emerging from this Working Group (Chaired by Prof. Karen Wilcox) that may be candidates for institutional experiments/projects.

March 10, 2014

11:00 am – 12:30 pm
Room 33-218

  1. Welcome (New Members)
  2. MITx update
    • MITx HarvardX report highlights (Ike Chuang)
    • Summer of Learning (An MITx initiative proposed for MIT students and external learners)
  3. Funding and monitoring educational technology innovation and experiments. How can MITCET help identify opportunities, resource and monitor faculty innovation and institutional experiments related to educational technology?

November 14, 2013

9:00 – 10:00am
Room 33-206

  1. Welcome
  2. Ecosystem for Academic Technology: The recent launch of the Office of Digital Learning brings together some of the key educational technology organizations at MIT. There are other units who are involved. It is important to understand the charters of various units that comprise the ecosystem for academic technology, their complementarity, their governance, oversight for accountability
  3. Funding and Monitoring educational technology innovation and experiments. How can MITCET help identify opportunities, resource and monitor faculty innovation and institutional experiments related to educational technology?
  4. Updates from Institute Task Forces.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

3:30 – 5:00pm
Room 33-206

  1. Assessment of MITCET sponsored Experiments for Online Education: A report and discussion of the assessment undertaken by TLL are part of the Online Experiments on Modularity- Glenda Stump, Lori Breslow, TLL (3:30 – 4:30)

    The assessment reports are attached.

    A report prepared for the Class of ’60  which  includes descriptions of the projects has been sent earlier.

    We would like to hear from you if there are particular questions or points from the assessments that you would like addressed.  Please send us these no later than October 20. It will help frame  the discussion at the meeting.

  2. DBER-Online Learning Symposium: Discussion of Outcomes; Format. The draft prospectus for the symposium  (also sent for the last meeting) is attached. (4.30 – 4.45)
  3. Updates/Announcements: MITCET Website; Other