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Technológico de Monterrey Observatory of Educational Innovation
Date: 1 May 2019

An overview of the current state of alternative credentialing.

Content Author:
Hal Abelson, Chris Bourg
Date: 6 September 2018

This paper provides MIT community members with background information to inform discussions about Open Access policies.

Content Author:
Chrysanthos Dellarocas
Date: 21 June 2018

Prof. Chrysanthos Dellarocas, Associate Provost for Digital Learning and Innovation at Boston University, shares his view of the future role of the university in a world of rapid changes to demands for workforce skills.

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MIT New Engineering Education Transformation (NEET)
Date: 30 March 2018

This study considers the global state of the art in engineering undergraduate education.

Content Author:
Eric Grimson
Date: 9 October 2017

Chancellor Eric Grimson discusses unique aspects of MIT education, including the "mens et manus," or "mind and hand," approach.

Content Author:
Karen Wilcox, Sanjay Sarma, Philip Lippel
Date: 1 April 2016

This report looks at the challenge of how both online and blended learning can be optimized by incorporating emerging lessons from learning science, from discipline-based education reforms, and from cognitive science.

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Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education
Date: 28 July 2014

In this final report, the Institute-wide Task Force on the Future of MIT Education presents concrete recommendations for rethinking education at MIT and beyond.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Date: 1 March 2002

Committees on the Status of Women Faculty, appointed by the Deans, analyzed data and conducted interviews, and prepared reports on their findings.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Date: 21 March 1999

This report on the work of the Committees on Women Faculty in the School of Science and the response of the Dean to their findings, describes a model that can be used by the Institute as a whole to decrease inequities.