The Council provides strategic guidance to program and infrastructure
initiatives designed to enhance the quality of an MIT education, coordination
of Institute-wide educational experiments and programs, and assessment
of the effectiveness of educational technology initiatives.
The web site provides information and resources on how faculty can
manage their own copyrights to reuse their work for teaching and
increase the impact of their work. It also provides useful background
on current issues in the chain of scholarly communications and their impact on MIT.
This seminar series is intended to provide a forum for engaging MIT Faculty
and the larger MIT community in an examination of common themes and
practices; presentations and discussions on model educational technology
applications will be an important feature of these seminars.
The Laptop Loaner Program ensures that all students have the
computational resources required to do faculty-assigned academic
work. Faculty who assign activities requiring the use of a wireless
laptop may request one for students who do not have their own.
Requests must be made by a faculty member.