Teaching Studio

The MIT Sloan Teaching Studio is an innovative on-campus broadcast and recording studio. You can use it to create instructional videos, teach live classes via Zoom, and record other presentations. The studio is available by appointment only. Reservations are on a first-come, first-served basis.

Explore the Teaching Studio

The Teaching Studio is open to MIT Sloan faculty and staff. Instructors can also book the studio for student use.

Request a Consultation

Make a Reservation

Follow these steps to reserve the studio and request a consultation with a member of our team.

Explore the Studio

Learn about the MIT Sloan Teaching Studio. We designed it with you and your teaching in mind.

Prepare for Your Session

Learn what to wear and how you can prepare for your studio session.

Record an Instructional Video

Learn how to record an instructional video in the MIT Sloan Teaching Studio.

Teach a Class Live Online

Learn how to teach live using Zoom in the MIT Sloan Teaching Studio.

Record a Public Video

Learn how to record a video for a wider audience, such as a keynote address or course preview.

Lead a Zoom Meeting

Learn how to lead a Zoom meeting in the MIT Sloan Teaching Studio.

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