Teaching With Technology: Educational Technology Services at MIT  
News and Announcements

Class Management Tools

Communicating and collaborating with students; Putting your course on the web

Stellar (MIT's course management system), class email lists, course web lockers, OCW, Instant Messaging, Blogs, and Wikis

Digital Documents

Digital copyright advice, digital conversion services, e-reserves, finding digital materials for teaching, digital archiving

Image Services

Rotch Visual Collections, ARTstor, Dome, m:media, Thalia, Visualizing Cultures, ArchNet, VUE, Flickr, Photobucket, Picasa

Learning Spaces

Technology-enabled places to teach and learn

Lecture halls, electronic classrooms, New Media Center, collaboration spaces, clusters, A/V services, distance learning, video-conferencing

Software

Creating teaching materials

Educational software, educational software support and consulting.

Video

Produce and upload a video. Share a meeting. Record a lecture.

Video Recording and Delivery Conferencing, Distance Learning

Web Services

Creating teaching materials

Accessibility of online class materials, online surveys, usability testing, web publishing

Help, Support, and Training

Where to find help, support, training, or consulting for educational technologies. If you don't know where to start, Ed Tech Consultants can guide you step by step.

A - Z Listing

Getting Started

Here are some good starting points if you're just beginning or new to MIT.

Resources

Campus groups responsible for educational technology services, online reference collections, consultants.

Glossary

Use Google's definition search function to look-up the meaning of technological terms.
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