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Date: 8 July 2021
This webinar addresses effective practices for generating and growing support structures that elevate the richness of internships, project-based learning, remote coursework, training, and beyond. Join us to learn about -- and experience -- a new approach to creating virtual cohort communities.
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Date: 3 March 2020

This webinar focuses on the process we use to develop hands-on activities for our STEAM Camps that take inspiration from the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). We discuss both how MIT’s motto, "mens et manus," informs our approach for engaging learners and how MIT’s community - including students, staff, groups, and faculty - come together to develop hands-on, learning-by-doing activities.

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Date: 7 August 2019

In this webinar, you'll hear from Dr. Kyle Keane and Anna Musser about their experiences building a study abroad program with MIT-India that brings MIT undergraduates to developing countries where they co-design assistive technologies by collaborating with local college students, working professionals, and people living with disabilities.

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Date: 6 August 2019

In this webinar, Professor Michael Cuthbert discusses how the humanities can contribute to computer science and programming, informed by his work as director of MIT’s new Digital Humanities program. The program has given undergraduates, mainly first-year college students, the opportunity to sharpen their CS research skills while solving critical and innovative problems in the humanities.

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Date: 27 October 2017
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Date: 9 October 2017

Prof. Woodie Flowers shares implications of emerging understandings of how we learn, and the application of those findings in engineering design classes.