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Working at MITback to top
- Explore resources for working remotely
- Connect to the secure, wireless network
- Browse and download available apps from the IS&T software grid
Protect your account, devices, and data
- Back up your computer regularly
- Safeguard against security attacks and protect your MIT identity with Duo two-factor authentication
- Manage your passwords with LastPass password manager
- Download the MIT Atlas mobile app for iOS and Android
- Utilize IS&T’s audiovisual technicians for events on campus
- Access and share your files via the cloud with Dropbox
- Collaborate and message with teams, groups, and individuals with Slack Enterprise Grid; host your own collaboration space on MIT’s Wiki service
- Communicate with peers via IS&T’s telephone services, including Zoom conferencing and Zoom rooms
- Simplify your IT support with DLC Direct, IS&T’s free, full-range hardware and software service for Departments, Labs, and Centers (DLCs)
- Get key administrative applications
Teaching Toolsback to top
- Audiovisual classroom support is available for the operation of classroom AV systems and components to support MIT courses.
- Canvas is an easy-to-use, cloud-based Learning Management System(LMS) that brings instructors, students, and course content together in online course sites. Learn more.
- Dropbox is a file hosting service that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software.
- Explain Everything Whiteboard is a feature-rich digital whiteboard app for tablets and web browsers.
- G Suite for Education allows members of an educational institution or business to collaborate with each other, separate from their personal Google accounts. It is provided free of charge to MIT users upon request.
- Gradescope is a set of online grading tools designed to accommodate a common grading workflow. Learn more.
- Panopto is an all-in-one secure video platform that allows you to record, live stream, host, share, and search videos.
- Piazza is an online, wiki-style question and answer platform for instructors and students.
- Self-Service Accessories are provided to instructors for use in MIT classrooms via self-service vending machines in several convenient on-campus locations.
- Slack Enterprise Grid is a messaging and collaboration tool for teams, groups, and individuals. Log in to the MIT workspace.
- Virtual Computer Labs are available to faculty, instructors, and IT support providers for deployment as virtual machines for a class of up to 100 students for the duration of a single academic term.
- Zoom is a tool for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops, telephones, and room systems.