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Learning Spaces

Technology-enabled places to teach and learn

Experimental Learning Spaces

ODL maintains four physical Experimental Learning Environments (ELE) and a small pool of mobile devices for flexible deployment for innovative curricula. These spaces are intended as incubators for testing new or different technologically enhanced pedagogical paradigms. We host a suite of technologies, applications and tools in these physical spaces.
ODL Experimental Learning Spaces

Lecture halls

Classrooms with individual workstations for each student plus an instructor's workstation which can be projected to the class can be scheduled.
Registrar Schedules Office
617-253-4788
schedules@mit.edu
Submit a web request

Electronic classrooms

Classrooms with individual workstations for each student plus an instructor's workstation which can be projected to the class can be scheduled.
Registrar Schedules Office
Service description
617-253-4788
schedules@mit.edu
Submit a web request

Distance Learning - Beyond Campus

State-of-the-art facilities with complete technical support for the delivery of distance education classes.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Lab

The MIT GIS lab, located in Rotch Library, 7-238, provides hardware, software, and a collaborative environment for working with geospatial information.
Libraries
Service description
gishelp@mit.edu

Athena Clusters

General use computing labs maintained by Information Services and Technology.
IS&T
617-253-4435
acis-team@mit.edu

Macintosh Classroom/ Cluster

The New Media Center, 26-139, provides the MIT community the tools necessary to produce multimedia projects, such as digital video, photo scanning and manipulation, web authoring, and more. The NMC is a "do-it-yourself" cluster of Macintosh computers with a variety of multimedia software packages. The NMC is available 24/7. For a reservable computer laboratory/classroom see below.

OEIT Learning Environments
elel-consult@mit.edu

Visualization Classroom/ Cluster

The Windows Cluster in W31-301 is a specialized cluster which contains twenty-five high-performance iMac dual-boot workstations running WinAthena. It is also equipped for visualization and engineering graphics work. It is a specialized cluster which contains twenty-five high-performance iMac dual-boot workstations running WinAthena and MacAthena, with common visualization and engineering software installed.

OEIT Learning Environments
elel-consult@mit.edu

Audio visual classroom support

MIT AV maintains and services all installed Presentation Technology Systems in classrooms maintained by the schedules office.
617-253-2808
avorders@mit.edu
Submit a web request

IS&T Contributions

Documentation and information provided by IS&T staff members


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November 02, 2017

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