By: Steve Nelson
Josh Sheldon is a educational technologist with a primary focus in science, math, and computing. A former high school and middle school science teacher, Sheldon has an extensive background in developing curricular materials in the sciences and various forms of new media for science learning.
By: Stassy Olmos
The Hilton Head High School robotics team is officially world renowned after the team won first place in an international robotics competition at MIT last week.
By: Holly Else
MIT lecturer, Amy Carleton, talks about how she uses Wikipedia to teach courses when previously she had posted a sign that read "Wikipedia is not a source". 
By: MIT Open Learning
"To be a good decision-maker in manufacturing, a person has to master the core principles that determine how to apply those technologies under uncertain conditions," says MIT professor David Hardt.
By: MIT Open Learning
The engagement with AUC was first initiated as part of an AGFE and MIT collaboration to enhance and expand the use of online learning in the Arab world.
By: Alexxa Gotthardt
Hands-on, playful activities used in many kindergarten classrooms not only encourage creative thinking among children, but can—and should—be applied to all levels of education. 
By: Denis Paiste
More than half of Roxbury, Bunker Hill, students with summer lab experience at MIT go on to earn a four-year degree.
By: Steve Nelson
Kim Scott, currently a research scientist in the Early Childhood Cognition Lab at MIT, developed and currently runs the online branch of the lab, Lookit.
By: Office of Open Learning
MIT will partner with Maker Ed, a national nonprofit, to develop and evaluate practices of embedded assessment in maker-centered learning.
By: Steve Nelson
MITili’s Associate Director, Jeff Dieffenbach, joins Wharton’s Business Radio to discuss changes to education and how science and information are impacting learning.