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Content Author:
Aaron Kessler, Jim Goodell
Date: 26 May 2020

This document was created as a resource for those working on developing, implementing, and engaging in remote teaching and learning.

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MIT Teaching Systems Lab
Date: 17 April 2020

Justin Reich, MIT professor and director of the Teaching Systems Lab hosts a public webinar on the release of a new TSL paper that outlines every U.S. state guidelines on distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Content Author:
Krishna Rajagopal, Saif Rayyan
Date: 9 April 2020

Watch Dean Krishna Rajagopal facilitate a discussion between J-WEL Higher Education members from across the globe.

Content Author:
Anjali Sastry
Date: 9 April 2020

Watch Dr. Anjali Sastry facilitate discussion between J-WEL Higher Education members from across the globe.

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Date: 9 April 2020

Watch Prof. Haynes Miller, of the Department of Mathematics at MIT, facilitate the discussion between J-WEL Higher Education members from across the globe.

Content Author:
Justin Reich
Date: 2 April 2020

In this session from the J-WEL Connections online event, he discusses strategies for educators in managing the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Content Author:
MIT Teaching Systems Lab
Date: 2 April 2020

An analysis of the state education agency policy guidance concerning remote learning published by all 50 U.S. states by the end of March 2020.

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Date: 2 April 2020

Justin Reich, assistant professor at MIT and director of MIT Teaching Systems Lab, offers advice and suggestions for educators to pivot their curriculums to online.

Date: 2 April 2020

J-WEL High Education members share how their universities adapted to online learning in a short period of time.

Content Author:
Naveed Malik, Zaini Ujang
Date: 19 June 2019

Dr. Naveed Malik of the Virtual University of Pakistan describes how his university was designed to deal with lack of access issues and shortage of qualified faculty members for higher education in Pakistan. Dr. Zaini Ujang, Former President and Vice-Chancellor of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, discusses his efforts to make Universiti Teknologi Malaysia locally relevant but global in its mindset. 

Content Author:
Eric Grimson
Date: 2 April 2019

Prof. Eric Grimson discusses the necessity of computational thinking in all fields and how it can be taught to anyone who has an interest and a background in simple algebra and logical decomposition.

Content Author:
Vimala Palaniswamy
Date: 29 May 2018

MIT Bootcamps Associate Director Vimala Palaniswamy explains how corporate employees grow after attending MIT Bootcamps. 

From our May 29, 2018, Workplace Learning webinar, "MIT Bootcamps: Jumpstarting Corporate Innovation Through Custom Learning Programs."

Content Author:
Cynthia Solomon
Date: 20 March 2018

Dr. Cynthia Solomon details the creation of the Logo computer language for kids and developing what she calls a "computer culture."

Content Author:
Richard Larson
Date: 14 March 2018

MIT Professor Richard Larson tells the story of how watching his son create a biology project using a computer, rare in those days, led to the beginnings of the LINC Conference.

Content Author:
Technológico de Monterrey Observatory of Educational Innovation
Date: 1 March 2018

This Edu Trends offers a broad overview of the role Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality play in the international educational arena.

Content Author:
Hal Abelson
Date: 11 October 2017

MIT Professor Hal Abelson explains how computer science isn't just about learning to code, but coding to learn. He describes the history of teaching kids computer science and Seymour Papert's and Jeanette Wing's roles in this important movement. 

Content Author:
Elizabeth Choe
Date: 16 May 2017

How can educators use informal video production to facilitate educational, creative processes for students? What are effective approaches in teaching digital media production and literacy and what skills are best built by these creative processes?

Content Author:
Elizabeth Choe
Date: 15 May 2017

Through case studies of existing digital educational videos, this paper attempts to connect, curate, and distill best practices that have emerged from learning sciences research, educational video use, and video production.