Classes are capped at 18 students.
Access to class recordings is available 24/7.
Classrooms can be used for group meetings and faculty office hours.
MIDS students watch recorded lectures, which are discussed during live sessions. This shows how I School Professor Coye Chesire incorporates a PowerPoint presentation into a recorded lecture.
By showing experts debating and discussing a topic, professors are able to demonstrate multiple points of view from those working in the field. In this example, Professor Coye Chesire and data science experts discuss how to operationalize a complex construct.
I School faculty create video case studies for students to explore. Here, Professor Steve Weber examines the Cuban Missile Crisis as a discussion-starter about making decisions in crisis situations.
Bidirectional Learning Tool
Through this completely revolutionary learning tool, professors can engage with students through assignments. Students are able to comment on the content they watch, and even receive feedback from professors and classmates. In this example Professor Steve Weber addresses online students in a conversation about decision-making in a crisis.
Personal profiles help students keep in touch.
Classmates collaborate in small groups.
Students socialize outside of class.