In its fifth year, the Teaching with Digital Technology Awards are student-nominated awards for instructors who have effectively used digital technology to improve teaching and learning at MIT. The goal is to recognize instructors for their innovations and to give the MIT community the opportunity to learn from their practices. The awards are co-sponsored by Open Learning and the Office of the Vice Chancellor.
As a result of the pandemic and in honor of the dedication of MIT faculty to the challenges of remote education, a second call for student nominations was made expressly for excellence in remote teaching.
From the original call, 157 nominations were submitted for 98 unique instructors. From the remote call, 330 nominations were submitted for 163 unique instructors, with many instructors nominated for both awards. In total, 487 student nominations were submitted for 232 unique instructors.
Dr. Marah Gubar was among the nominees! Read more here…