Cambridge Science Festival

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Johnson Athletic Center Lobby, Vassar Street, MIT Campus

We will be at the 2009 Cambridge Science Festival, demonstrating an exciting new educational tool for K-12 teachers. Come join us and see an exclusive preview of things to come for OLW!

Coming soon: Nine new modules!

  • Walter Bender, Media Lab
  • Brendan Foley, Science, Technology, and Society
  • Anette Hosoi, Mechanical Engineering
  • Diana Henderson, Literature
  • Eric Hudson, Physics
  • Todd Kemp, Mathematics
  • Karl Mahlburg, Mathematics
  • Eric Rosenbaum, Media Lab
  • Donald Sadoway, Materials Science

Also coming soon: Updated site design!

Welcome to the prototype of MIT’s OpenLabWare, a free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners around the world.

The mission of MIT OpenLabWare is to provide online materials that enhance understanding of the research process, excite students about research at MIT and promote MIT as a creative thinking institution.

The goals of the OpenLabWare project are to:

  • teach the spirit and methods of cutting edge research
  • personalize and humanize the research process
  • promote MIT labs and their staff
  • promote MIT as a creative thinking institution
  • excite students everywhere about research at MIT
  • illustrate the global impact of research

Modules are listed in the sidebar. More modules are coming soon, so check back often!

Learn more about OLW.

**This site is currently under heavy construction. If you have questions or comments, please e-mail us. If your question or comment is website-related, use this address.**

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