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At MIT Open Learning, we are reshaping learning and teaching online and in the classroom, on campus and around the world. MIT Open Learning represents a unique opportunity in MIT’s history to develop, test, and scale rigorous, engaging, evidence-based curriculum, pedagogy, and education best practices to empower learners from students here on campus to the most underserved populations globally. Through your support, we can advance education to better prepare learners for today’s workforce and equip future generations with the knowledge and skills to innovate and adapt to the demands of tomorrow’s challenges, building the foundation for a better future for all.

Join MIT Open Learning as we:

Develop innovative technologies, platforms, and communities for a new era in education

● Advance fundamental and use-inspired research on the science of learning and education

● Fuel changes to teaching and learning at MIT

● Make learning more accessible, affordable, flexible, and effective for learners the world over

● Transform global education at scale

Your gift supports the many programs and projects out of MIT Open Learning: from OpenCourseWare, MITx, to residential learning on campus, to pK-12 curriculum and teacher education, to entrepreneurial bootcamps and MicroMasters. MIT Open Learning is advancing high-impact, research-driven change in how we approach teaching and learning across all ages, from pre-kindergarten, higher education, to the workplace.

Support the future of education with a gift to tomorrow’s learners.
 

Explore More Ways to Give

To further explore giving opportunities, to volunteer, or to learn more about how you can support MIT Open Learning, connect with us:

Tom Smith

Tom Smith

Senior Director of Development

smitht@mit.edu

Lana Cook

Lana Cook

Senior Development Associate

lanacook@mit.edu

Yvonne Ng

Yvonne Ng

External Outreach and Annual Giving Manager

yng@mit.edu