New class offers MIT students the chance to pair technical know-how with real-world art and humanities projects at local museums.
From Eduardo Marisca: “A quick walkthrough about my own process and workflow and how I’ve set up different tools across the research and writing process, along with links to additional resources.”
When it comes to games, Mary Flanagan asks, “how do we move people to be an effective force for change, for their own welfare and the welfare of others?”
Annotation Studio integrates a powerful set of textual interpretation tools behind an interface that makes using those tools intuitive for undergraduates and their instructors.
MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing
An innovative program that applies critical analysis, collaborative research, and design across a variety of media arts, forms, and practices. More about Comparative Media Studies/Writing >