To participate in the Leading Teams course, you will need to meet certain technical requirements. These requirements ensure that you have a smooth and optimal learning experience. The technical requirements include:
Stable Internet Connection: Access to the course requires a reliable and stable internet connection. This is necessary as the course videos are available only through online streaming and cannot be downloaded for offline viewing.
Web Browsers: The courseware is best accessed using current versions of Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari web browsers. It is recommended to use an up-to-date version of Chrome or Firefox for the best experience. If you don't have Chrome installed, you can download it for free from the provided link.
Cookies & Additional Software: The course utilizes a third-party tool called Qualtrics. To ensure proper functioning of all question types and features, it is necessary to allow all cookies from the site. You may need to adjust your browser settings to allow third-party cookies. The provided link offers instructions on how to change cookie settings in Google Chrome.
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 when taking an online course. Pay attention to your company's restrictions on cookie and firewall settings. In some cases, organizations have provided special waivers for MIT course attendees, while others choose to use their personal or home computers to access the course.
By meeting these technical requirements, you can ensure a seamless learning experience and access all course materials and features effectively.