To participate in the Technical Innovation: From Strategy to Application course, you will need to meet certain technical requirements to ensure a smooth learning experience. Here are the key technical requirements:
Stable Internet Connection: Accessing the course materials and videos requires a stable Internet connection. Please note that the course videos are available for online streaming only and cannot be downloaded for offline viewing.
Web Browsers: We recommend using the latest versions of Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari for the best compatibility with our courseware. While mobile web browsers may not support all course features, switching to an up-to-date version of Chrome or Firefox on a desktop or laptop is recommended. If you don't have Chrome installed, you can get it for free at this link.
Cookies & Additional Software: The course utilizes a third-party tool called Qualtrics. To ensure all features work properly, please allow all cookies from the course site. You may need to enable third-party cookies as well. Instructions on changing cookie settings in Google Chrome can be found at this link.
Secured Networks: If you are accessing the course from a secured machine or network, there may be restrictions on downloading, uploading, and sharing content. It is important to comply with your local IT policies while taking the online course. Additionally, be aware of any specific limitations or firewall settings imposed by your company. In some cases, organizations have granted special waivers for MIT course attendees, and learners have opted to use their personal or home computers to overcome restrictions.
Ensuring that you meet these technical requirements will help provide an optimal learning experience throughout the course. If you have any further questions or concerns regarding technical requirements or need assistance with any specific issue, please don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. We are here to support you.