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By: MIT J-WEL
During the April 2019 J-WEL Week, the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative’s (MITili's) Jeff Dieffenbach facilitated a conversation among Workforce Learning Collaborative members to explore the enabling role of digital credentials on the future of employee success in the workplace.
By: Steve Nelson
Cigdem Uz Bilgin holds a master’s in Computer Education and Instructional Technology from Hacettepe University and a doctorate in Computer Education and Instructional Technology from Middle East Technical University. Her research focuses on the use of virtual environments and games to create playful experiences for teachers and students.
By: MITili Staff
Think about the last thing you wrote? Was it an email? A blog? Maybe a grocery list? Can writing make students better learners of science?
By: MITili Staff
Steve Nelson, Program Manager for the MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili), works with research associates and faculty to connect ideas and find ways to solve the most pressing problems in education.
By: Steve Nelson
Claudia Urrea is the Senior Associate Director for pK-12 at the MIT Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab (J-WEL). Claudia was born in Colombia, where she received an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from EAFIT University.
By: Steve Nelson
The MIT Integrated Learning Initiative (MITili) has provided nearly $500K in funding this year to five research projects.
By: Yvonne Ng
At MITx, it’s all about creating a strong community—for learners and for the MITx team
By: MIT Solve
Our friends at MIT Solve are looking for big solutions to some of the biggest problems (for example: Learning for girls and women). If you have a solution or would like to know more, check them out.  Introduction: 
By: Aaron Kessler, PhD
New research published in Information and Learning Sciences suggests that considering the role of the teacher is critical in the design and implementation of computer-directed learning
By: Melissa Cao MIT '20
Thanks to our constant connection to the Internet, getting access to information has never been easier. But this endless stream of content can pose issues for our ever-dwindling attention spans.