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Please join us in welcoming MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili) to our family. Like them on Facebook to stay updated about the science of learning. [ Link ]
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We've got something special today for you math enthusiasts, a full set of gorgeous lecture notes on Differential Analysis II: Partial Differential Equations and Fourier Analysis. [ Link ]
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MIT is poised to lead in ensuring a healthy future for our planet and for humankind. [ Link ] #MITBetterWorld
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New course alert! 4.S26 "Territory: Spatial Reification of Power" is designed to expand the student's literacy in the concept of territory and its relation to the realm of architecture. [ Link ]
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Today we celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Every January, MIT offers a design seminar in conjunction with the Institute's celebration of Dr. King. Each group creates an installation which connects academics with real life problems and struggles.

You can check out a recent iteration of this course here, including an image gallery! [ Link ]
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Did you know that for the most part, calico and tortoiseshell cats are always female? This phenomena is an example of "x chromosome inactivation."
Learn more in our new course "The RNA Revolution: At the Frontiers of Cell Biology and Molecular Medicine." [ Link ]
New report, based on four years of data from edX, represents one of the largest surveys of massive open online courses to date.

Study of MOOCs offers insights into online learner engagement and behavior
Fresh Course Alert: "Seminar in Corporate Entrepreneurship" addresses the challenges of making an established company entrepreneurial. [ Link ] #FreshCourseFriday
Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. You can learn more about this challenging topic in the OCW course" Slavery and Human Trafficking in the 21st Century" by Mitali Thakor. [ Link ]
Tomorrow, January 12th, Ted Mitchell, the U.S. Undersecretary of Education will discuss "Reimagining the Role of Technology in Higher Education: A Supplement to the National Education Technology Plan." [ Link ]
Mind and hand and ears.
Use them all in Sound Design, a new class from MIT Music And Theater Arts on OCW.
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Here is a stellar example of an active learning class! Check out MIT's 18.05 "Introduction to Probability and Statistics" with Jerry Orloff and Jonathan Bloom. [ Link ]

You'll see students collaborating on problems and answering multiple choice questions in real-time. And instead of long lectures, instructors give background information, conduct hands-on demonstrations, and provide...
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Maybe it's an idea that's been rattling around your head or maybe you're about to have an epiphany that can dramatically improve the lives of hundreds, thousands, or even millions of people. Now is your chance to make your idea become a reality. Solve, an initiative of MIT, has launched three new challenges on its open innovation platform and is seeking submissions which could be pitched at...
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You can change the world!
This workshop for high school girls provides a hands-on introduction to camera physics and technology.

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On this day in 1933, construction of the Golden Gate Bridge began. It opened four years later in 1937.

Check out our new course, System Safety that teaches about designing for safer systems, including bridges. We recommend looking at the interesting assignments and class project. [ Link ]

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