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As part of the MIT Media Lab’s ongoing research on distance learning (MOOC, e-learning) and remote collaboration, we will extract the attendance logs (for participation rates), hourly trends, and data pertaining to text-based feedback. Before this information is analyzed, it will be encoded in a manner that ensures the participants’ anonymity. Data collection began in May under our Pilot Program and is expected to continue until the end of August.
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