Attribution 4.0 International
MIT Media Lab
The grant will enable PLIX to deliver to build capacity for 300 librarians to implement creative STEAM learning programs in their libraries.
The Media Lab community brings creativity, expertise, and research to the pandemic
A day for learning, sharing, making, creating, and debating at the MIT Media Lab.
Reflections from our first-ever PLIX Workshop in Akron, Ohio.
This talk was presented to a local audience at TEDxCoeurdalene, an independent event.
ML Learning head Philipp Schmidt talks about learning, innovation, and collaboration.
José “Pepe“ Escamilla, from the Observatory of Educational Innovation at Tecnológico de Monterrey, talks to ML Learning head Philipp Schmidt
“To really understand curiosity, we need new metrics, or new ways of thinking, or both."
Online meetings are not worse than in-person, and they can even be better in many ways, but they are definitely different.
Nine universities in five countries are working together to create a shared infrastructure for digital academic credentials.
A new type of leadership development for the social sector.
Our PLIX Facilitation Kits are designed to make it easy for librarians to offer creative learning programs to their patrons.
Researchers set sights on a new standard for issuing, sharing, and verifying academic credentials.
MIT Libraries and MIT Media Lab collaborate on Public Library Innovation Exchange
Our new cohort is the most diverse yet—bringing together graduate students from eight Media Lab research groups.
May 15, 2018
Tapping into the physicality of language to enhance the way we learn.
I grew up in a small town in Transylvania, and will always remember the day when I assembled my first computer and loaded the first mp3 s...
Exploring how the relational features of robots impact children’s engagement and learning.
Lifelong KindergartenCultivating Creativity through Projects, Passion, Peers, and Play, by Mitchel ResnickForeword by Ken Robin...
Media Lab researchers are teaming up with public librarians to design new projects and programs for libraries.
On Wednesday, October 18, a team from the Media Lab’s Lifelong Kindergarten group is launching a new, experimental online course: Learnin...
Public libraries and the MIT Media Lab are kindred spirits. Together, we hope to design new programs for libraries across the U.S.
Mitchel Resnick is one of the most humane, accomplished and prolific creators of educational technology in the world, one of the co-creat...
To engage all learners in physical tinkering, we must design more ways to tinker with electronics beyond the computer science curriculum.
As the global spotlight falls on the ongoing refugee crisis in Syria and other Middle East regions, among its various impacts is the thre...
Seamlessly blend what you live with what you learn: mixed reality as a platform for language-
learning “serendipitously in the wild."
On Aug. 15, 25 MIT students and staff members were engaged in a lively lecture and discussion in Building 66 — but the room was completel...
For the interested reader:If you'd like to learn more about the topics covered in my post, Making new (robot) friends: Understandin...
Welcoming three LEGO Papert Fellows and six Learning Innovation Fellows to our new cohort
Understanding children's relationships with social robots
The MIT Media Lab | $250,000 | To build a library residency program in which librarians and Media Lab technologists can collaborate
Use of the blockchain and strong cryptography enables certifications that put us in control of the full record of our achievements.
How can you measure the learning outcomes of play? This has frustrated professionals in the field of early childhood education for years.
Media Lab launches Public Library Innovation exchange as part of new Knight Foundation initiative
Education, Technology, Equity: Nichole Pinkard and Deb Roy in conversation with J. Philipp Schmidt.
Creating tangible materials to break down complex computer science ideas for young children.
The Media Lab is thrilled to announce our inaugural cohort of Learning Innovation fellows for the 2016–2017 academic year.
by Juliana Nazaré & Srishti Sethi