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Searchability: Making Your Online Content Easier to Find

Two savvy community members –  Stephanie Hatch Leishman of Communication Production Services (CPS) and Amanda Justice of Academic Media Production Services (AMPS) – share simple tips for improving your content’s searchability.

Social Media at MIT: How Global Education and Career Development (GECD) Grows Its Audience

Scott Murray, who is both a social media specialist and an advisor for GECD, shares insights about his role and growing an audience for his department's social media channels.

Add/Drop Goes Digital

The Registrar’s Office rolled out its newest digital tool, an online add/drop form, just in time for the start of spring term. The new form improves the process for users and paves the way for other digital forms.

Julia Updates on Athena

Julia is a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language for technical computing, developed at MIT by Professor Alan Edelman, Jeff Bezanson, Stefan Karpinski, and Viral Shah.

Sharing Your Videos on the Web

Not sure how to post a video on the Web? Amanda Justice, the Operations Coordinator in Academic Media Production Services, offers guidelines.

Online Privacy: Is it Possible?

Online privacy may sound like an oxymoron, but there are ways to make your online presence less trackable.

MIT Professional Education Creates Online X Programs and Launches Big Data Course

"Tackling the Challenges of Big Data” is the first professional course to be offered online.

John Charles Named Vice President for Information Systems and Technology

IS&T's new leader brings more than 20 years of experience as an IT leader at public and private institutions.

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IS&T provides information technology (IT) services that make it easy for the MIT community to do its work. To keep the community informed, IS&T publishes news about its offerings through spotlights, headlines, and videos.

Resourceful Community Leans in with lynda.mit.edu

lynda.com courses continue to be popular at MIT: since 2011, community members have watched over 238,000 video tutorials via the lynda.mit.edu website.

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