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Exercises in amazement: Discovering deep learning
A student-coordinated class at MIT prepares students with technical lectures followed by a software lab where they immediately apply what they've learned in a real world setting.
MIT offers online course on future of work
By: Steve LeVine
Over 1,900 global learners have signed up for MIT's Future of Work online course. The eight week free course will feature some of the best-known minds in the fields of automation, inequality, and robotics.
Spenser's "Faerie Queene" as a modern visual comic
By: MIT SHASS
MIT Professor, Mary Fuller, encourages her students to participate in active reading. Her students take the challenge very seriously.
How the Woodrow Wilson Academy at MIT is reinventing teacher prep
By: Tom Vander Ark
Beginning with 20 students, the WW Academy is initially offering a master’s degree in secondary school STEM teaching. Other fields and school leadership will follow.
2019 MIT MacVicar Faculty Fellows named
By: Alison Trachy
Congratulations to this year's winners, including SEII's Joshua Angrist whose research includes children, education, and labor studies.
The future of higher education in a world of pervasive computing
By: David L. Chandler
Conference celebrating new MIT Schwarzman College of Computing explores the changing face of higher ed.
What 126 studies say about education technology
By: J-PAL North America
A J-PAL North America publication aims to help decision-makers understand how education technology can help — or hinder — student learning.
The future of work demands a good education
By: Adi Gaskell
A recent MIT study reveals that economic recovery generally disrupts low-skilled workers the most, and has done so over the last 50 years.
MIT's Sanjay Sarma visits Bay Area to talk education
By: Nicole Estvanik Taylor
“Learning is not something you do for four years. Learning is something you do forever,” says Sanjay Sarma, MIT’s Vice President for Open Learning.
Exploring the nature of intelligence
By: Kim Martineau
Undergraduate research projects show how students are advancing research in human and artificial intelligence, and applying intelligence tools to other disciplines.