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This online program from the MIT Sloan School of Management and the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) challenges common misconceptions surrounding AI and will equip and encourage you to embrace AI as part of a transformative toolkit.

Student affect develops in complex ways as students use online and blended learning systems. In this talk,  Prof. Ryan Baker will discuss his lab's work to understand the development of learner affect over time.

When building the world’s next great educational app, you should probably know the most up-to-date research on cognitive science. Join Pooja Agarwal, Ph.D., for an update on that research at LearnLaunch.

This Awards event by LearnLaunch Accelerator will identify, showcase and recognize the world's most promising EdTech startups for 2018. Join for the US East Coast and Canada Semifinals and watch 10 EdTech startups compete for a ticket to the Global EdTech Startup Awards final.

Andria Zafirakou, the winner of the Global Teacher Prize 2018, fights on a daily basis to ensure that some of the poorest children in England can experience the beauty and transformative power of the arts. Join Zafirakou as she sets out why the arts are so important, and what can be done to ensure they are accessible to all.

Are you interested in learning more about innovation and social entrepreneurship opportunities at MIT? Come learn about the IDEAS Global Challenge and ways you can get involved. This is the chance to pitch your idea, join a team, or network with others working on social/environmental innovations. 

This xTalk with Dr. Keith Baker will review key studies on how people learn and demonstrate strategies that lead to better learning in adults. Discussion of the material will enhance the attendee’s understanding of how to use this evidence for better learning.

Discover how to turn big data into even bigger results in this seven-week online course and earn an MIT Certificate on Data Science as well as 1.8 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) upon completion.

In 2017, the Metropolitan Museum of Art made all high-resolution images – approximately 375,000 images – of public-domain artworks available for users to use, share, mix and remix unrestricted, under CC0 (Creative Commons). Loic Tallon will review the reasoning for that decision, the impacts of it, and the larger role of open content in helping The Met become one of the most accessible and relevant cultural voices for the world and in the world.

LearnLaunch will again have a special exhibit area for edtech startups at the MassCUE conference - this year with all the other exhibitors! The event attracts over 2000 educators, school/district administrators, network administrators, technology directors and integration specialists gathering to learn and network about the latest education technology innovation.