MIT Announcement: COVID-19

Since early January, MIT has been tracking the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease 2019) situation daily, offering standing guidance and regular updates at covid19.mit.edu.

This website includes resources and tools for teaching remotely, curated by the MIT Teaching + Learning Lab, Open Learning, and IS&T. Before making any changes to student assignments and due dates, be sure to consult the latest faculty rules & emergency procedures

Innovations in Remote Teaching

Instructors across MIT continue to support their students and adapt their classes to fully online environments. Read about the diverse and creative ways that faculty are making the transition on Residential Digital Innovations.


March 11: Video Message on Strategy & Key Messages

Krishna Rajagopal, Dean for Digital Learning


Dean Krishna Rajagopal’s March 25 message to faculty and instructors with advice on remote teaching and student engagement


best practices

Best Practices

Ensure your class is ready to transition online for remote delivery in the event of a disruption. Recommendations for how to deliver your class and assess your students remotely.


tools and tutorials

Tools & Tutorials

IS&T-supported tools, resources, and tutorials to support instructional continuity at MIT.


additional support

Additional Support

Where to go for help getting started, implementing your plan, or troubleshooting.