To mitigate the impacts of COVID-19, Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) is providing a range of IT resources to the community, both to ensure continuity of the Institute’s mission and to best support community members as they engage in their MIT activities remotely. IS&T is also taking action in line with the latest Institute guidance to ensure the continuity of IS&T’s operating activities in support of the MIT community. As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we will adapt our plans and service delivery accordingly.
Note: On-site walk-in and repair service will be unavailable during this public health emergency.
Support resources for faculty and instructors:
- To connect with a cross-functional team providing support for managing the classroom this fall, contact email@example.com.
- Visit Fall 2021 Teaching Resources from the Teaching and Learning Lab for practical resources and tips on everything from planning to masking.
MIT Now: Adapting to Covid, Keeping Connected
MIT Medical COVID-19 updates
MIT's Teach Remote site: Resources, tools, and support for teaching remotely at MIT
Resources for Working Remotely During Campus Emergencies
Dropbox storage quota increase for MIT faculty and TAs (updated)
Dropbox quota terms have been updated: “MIT has increased Dropbox default storage quotas to 10TB for MIT faculty, lecturers, and Spring 2020 teaching assistants at no charge. This default quota increase was based on requests by the teaching and learning community in order to provide additional storage for MIT course materials (e.g. large audio and video files, etc.).”
MIT-wide Slack coming soon