The mission of the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education is to help meet society’s need for access to effective, high-quality educational opportunities in an era of rapid economic, social, and personal change.
The Monterey Institute for Technology and Education is an educational non-profit organization committed to improving access to education. MITE (pronounced "mighty") manages a range of projects from establishing systems for the development and distribution of open educational content to efficacy studies and other educational research. Two of MITE's cornerstone projects are the National Repository of Online Courses and the MacArthur Series on Digital Media and Learning.
The National Repository of Online Courses (NROC) project supports the development and distribution of high-quality online courses to a worldwide audience. The goal of this project is to facilitate collaboration among a community of developers and educators to create a sustainable model for growing and maintaining a library of online courses that are available to everyone. NROC content is open to individual students and teachers at HippoCampus.org. Educational Institutions and agencies may join the NROC Network to receive customized services. Please see the List of NROC Members
The goal of the MacArthur Series on Digital Media and Learning (DML) is to support discourse and help build an emerging field of study. The project publishes the Journal of Digital Media and Learning (IJLM.net)and Digital Learning and Media Research Reports, in collaboration with the MIT Press.
Supported by a grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.
The Monterey Institute for Technology and Education
P.O. Box 890. Marina, California, USA 93933
Tel: 831-642-9459 (Pacific Time)