MIT Sloan Teaching & Learning Technologies

We connect MIT Sloan to research-driven best practices, resources, and trainings in instructional technology and design—helping our community make an impact in the classroom and beyond.

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We’re here to partner with you. From course consultations to teaching live from the studio, let’s collaborate.

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Trainings

Learn Sloan’s teaching & learning technologies and how to implement them in your teaching practice.

Practice Sessions

Practice teaching in a classroom and learn how to use the teaching table before your course starts.

How-to Guides

Find clear, step-by-step instructions on how to use the tools at MIT Sloan.

Consultations

Meet with us to explore instructional design and technology solutions.

Teaching Studio

Record course content or teach on Zoom in our state-of-the-art teaching studio.

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Photo of a student watching Professor Chatterjee's videoFaculty SpotlightVideos
June 6, 2022

Studio Spotlight: Creating Videos for a B2B Marketing Course

Learn about how Professor Sharmila Chatterjee used the Teaching Studio to create three videos for her Business-to-Business Marketing course.Professor Sharmila Chatterjee knew what topics she wanted students to explore in…
Photo of the E51-221 Teaching StudioAnnouncementsTeaching Spaces
June 6, 2022

Welcome to the New Sloan Teaching Studio!

The Sloan Teaching Studio is up and running! The Teaching and Learning Technologies team first piloted self-service studios at Sloan in 2020. Sloan’s faculty made such fantastic use of the…
Illustration of students in a discussionCanvasPedagogy
January 7, 2022

4 Tips to Design an Engaging Discussion in Canvas

Explore these tips and the example discussion prompt to learn how you can design an engaging discussion in Canvas.An enthusiastic Canvas discussion isn't just an assignment. Instead, it’s a chance…