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Date: 26 May 2021

The Digital Credentials Consortium was founded by 12 universities to bridge the gap between traditional academic credentials and the future of digital credentials. Learn about our approach, the communities we work with, the challenges we are working on, and how to get involved.    

Date: 26 April 2021

Watch our special discussion with the Honorable Ilga Šuplinska, Latvian Minister of Education, Minister Šuplinska shares insights on the initiative she is leading to reform higher education in Latvia.

Date: 1 April 2021

This paper presents evidence on the impact of technology-aided instruction on literacy using an AI-based multi-sensory technology platform across a large cross-section of government schools in India. The study focused on reading and comprehension in the English language. A total of 1 million children and 15,000 teachers across 5000 government schools in the states of Maharashtra, West Bengal, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Gujarat and Karnataka used the technology for the 2016-17 academic year.

Date: 15 July 2019

In this excerpt from Dr. Rebecca Winthrop's LINC 2019 keynote address, she explains what it means to leapfrog education using an example from Brazil, where innovative techniques are being used to help kids access education in remote jungle areas.

Date: 20 June 2019

In LINC's closing session, Dr. Peter Senge, senior lecturer at MIT Sloan School of Management, offers his insights on the history of education at MIT and elsewhere as the LINC conference has evolved. With feedback from the audience, he reflects on lessons learned during the 2019 convening, and postulates what the "new learning society" might look like.

Date: 18 June 2019

In the MIT LINC Conference 2019 Keynote address, Dr. Rebecca Winthrop discusses the possibility of leapfrogging—harnessing innovation to rapidly accelerate educational progress—to ensure that all young people develop the skills they need for a fast-changing world.

Date: 18 June 2019

MIT Open Learning and J-WEL have been actively involved in developing and advancing programs to address the needs of new types of learners, from pK-12 to higher education and workforce learning. This panel highlights the innovative and transformational aspects of these initiatives designed to provide quality learning at scale.

Date: 23 December 2016
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.