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By: Amy Taber
Inventive Minds: Marvin Minsky on Education is a collection of six essays by artificial intelligence pioneer Marvin Minsky on how education can foster inventiveness, paired with commentary by Marvin's former colleagues and students.
By: Steve Nelson
Doctor Rachel Romeo is a developmental cognitive neuroscience and licensed speech-language pathologist.
By: Zoya Fan, MIT '19
The xTalk panel on April 30 showcased three MITili-funded interventions to increase learner engagement with online learning platforms.
By: Duyen Nguyen
Myanmar’s education landscape is changing, thanks in large part to the efforts of the Tekkatho Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that uses digital technologies to bring world-class educational resources to local institutions and communities.
By: Duyen Nguyen
An entrepreneur in Australia, Gary has drawn leadership inspiration from MITx courses taught by astronauts 
By: Steve Nelson
Ola Ozernov-Palchik, Ph.D., is a postdoctoral associate at the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), studying reading development and dyslexia. Ola applies neurocognitive methods to investigating individual differences in dyslexia in emerging readers.
By: Sophia Fang
As part of the xTalks speaker series, a group of instructors and students led a panel discussion on Tues April 17, 2019, focused on ways to get involved in assistive technology design a
By: Steve Nelson
Sarah connects educators around the world to open MIT teaching materials through the MIT OpenCourseWare Educator project.
By: Duyen Nguyen
Innocent Tshilombo, a refugee living in Kenya, pursues online credentials from MIT while also empowering those around him. For the past eight years, Innocent Tshilombo has worked in humanitarian supply chain management, learning on the job at a refugee camp in Kakuma, Kenya.
By: MITili
Each year hundreds of local junior high and high school students visit the campus in Cambridge to take part in MIT’s Spark and Splash programs.