Covid-19 class taps experts to help students and the public avoid misinformation as the crisis evolves.
An unprecedented digitization program makes out-of-print works available as e-books for the first time.
New publishing model provides unique and timely solutions to the production, curation, and preservation of knowledge.
Celebrating 20 remarkable years, MIT OCW looks to the future, informed by learning needs underscored by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Years of volumes and hundreds of essays, published by the MIT Press since 2003, are now freely available.
New research examines the application of online learning to workforce education.
Bilingual, interactive online publication asks how politics, economics, and social conflict shaped the Comédie-Française theater troupe’s repertory and impacted its finances.
The new open access, rapid-review overlay journal aims to combat misinformation in Covid-19 research.
Institute ends negotiations for a new journals contract in the absence of a proposal aligning with the MIT Framework for Publisher Contracts.
Despite closing campus locations, the MIT Libraries continue to provide vital support for teaching, learning, and research.
Drawing on two decades of experience, MIT offers classes and tools for educators, parents, and students in a suddenly virtual world.