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CAES: Technology-Enabled Learning at MIT
Navigation About Products Programs Services Research Groups People The Center for Advanced Educational Services (CAES) is the main MIT facility for support of, and research in, technology-facilitated education.

To the community beyond our campus, CAES is the main source of MIT continuing professional education, often via distance learning.

We also design and conduct significant experiments in technology-enabled learning, create and distribute MIT educational offerings worldwide, deliver lifelong distance-learning opportunities, and provide a wide range of technical multimedia and video services to the MIT community.

PBS Business Technology Network
Register now for two on line courses produced for the PBS Business Technology Network - Integrated Supply Chain Management and E-Business 2001: Logistics.

MIT World
An initiative of the CAES, MIT World is a unique effort to reach MIT's 90,000 alumni. It will be a 24x7 streaming TV station available on the Internet, featuring campus lectures, colloquia, seminars and special events.

Good Practices in Clinical Research
An interactive web-based course for physicians in Latin America, and eventually worldwide. Includes streaming-video lectures (in English and Spanish), interactive exercises, self-paced quizzes and an extensive library.
Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL)
A new environment for large enrollment physics courses at MIT, which will serve as a national model for such instruction.

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Visualization of Farraday's Law

Access to PIVoT
A new project investigating accessibility by deaf and blind users to scientific content on the web.

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