The Residential MITx is a platform based on Open edX used for authoring and distributing online course content.
Canvas is a modern, easy-to-use, cloud-based Learning Management System (LMS) that brings instructors, students, and course content together in online course sites. Access courses from anywhere, on any device. It also integrates course sites with popular services including Zoom, Piazza, and Gradescope. See more: MIT Canvas Landing Page
Microsoft Teams for Education is a suite of online collaboration tools that brings together instant messaging, threaded conversations, meetings, audio and video chat, desktop and file sharing, and more to support remote work and learning. It contains teams tailored for classes, staff, professional learning communities or other groups on campus. Clubs, organizations, and even study groups can create their own team to collaborate online.
SloanSpace is no longer supported as a course management system. See Stellar above.
Course lockers are Athena shared directories that can be used to store class materials, datasets, or specialized applications which can then be accessed or run from Athena workstations. Course lockers can also be used to serve web pages under web.mit.edu.
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MIT OpenCourseWare (OCW) presents an opportunity for you to find open educational resources created by your colleagues at MIT for use in your own courses, and to extend your impact by sharing your own course materials and teaching methods with the world. You've invested many hours in preparing and teaching your MIT residential course. Our baseline publication process for faculty requires very little from you beyond what you have already done. To begin, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-253-7913.