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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.

Content Author:
Peter Bohacek, Kirky DeLong, John Liu, Saif Rayyan, Jeannie Talbot, Bruce Van Dyke
Date: 8 May 2020

One of the most challenging aspects of teaching remotely is transforming in-person laboratory experiences, redesigning them to be done by students from home or substituting them with more limited learning experiences. During this webinar, you'll hear from experienced teachers and leading experts about effective strategies for dealing with this challenge, as well as how to implement them.

Content Author:
Krishna Rajagopal
Date: 22 April 2020

Dean for Digital Learning Krishna Rajagopal discusses MIT's response to COVID-19, especially its efforts to prepare and support thousands of professors and students as they switched to teaching and learning remotely. Rajagopal also discusses several resources that other educational institutions and instructors may find useful.

Content Author:
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:
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.

Content Author:
Mindy Branson, Kirky DeLong, Meghan Perdue, Saif Rayyan, Glenda Stump, Lucas Tambasco
Date: 25 March 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools and universities are moving their instruction temporarily online. One of the approaches taken by teachers is to move their face-to-face instruction to live online sessions, and facing challenges to maintain the same level of interaction as in physical classrooms. In this webinar, a panelist of educators discuss strategies for addressing these challenges.