By: Kate Stringer
“We’ve spent the last two decades opening up MIT to the world virtually through online teaching and learning,” says Professor Sanjay Sarma, vice president for open learning. 
By: Peter Dizikes
“There will be significant opportunities to shape technological trajectories in a number of fields. For example, we imagine we’re going to see changes around online education, with opportunities there for innovation and expanding access.” – MIT’s Elisabeth B. Reynolds  
By: Elizabeth Durant
“The foundation for teaching ethics at MIT is for students to have a sense of proximity to social and ethical issues,” says Milo Phillips-Brown, a postdoc in philosophy.
By: Brigham Fay
Despite closing campus locations, the MIT Libraries continue to provide vital support for teaching, learning, and research.
By: MindHandHeart
In partnership with the Office of the Vice Chancellor (OVC) and MIT Open Learning, we helped launch Teach Remote, a website featuring resources, tools, and support for teaching remotely at MIT.
By: Duyen Nguyen
Report finds that higher education institutions can play a significant role in reforming workforce education.
By: MIT Open Learning
"Hands on for Half the Price" outlines some of the hands-on activities MIT professors are using for remote instruction with students during the Covid-19 crisis.
By: Zach Winn
A group of students from Harvard and MIT have created a mentoring platform called CovEducation that matches K-12 students from low income communities with college students to provide academic support.
By: MIT Open Learning
Of the growing demand for MIT's online education resources, Professor Krishna Rajagopal, dean for digital learning, says, “We are inspired to see students worldwide keep on learning." 
By: MIT Press
To address the increased need for digital content and distance learning during the Covid-19 pandemic, the MIT Press is rapidly expanding access to a variety of free content.