Access to the course requires a stable Internet connection, as videos are only available via online streaming and cannot be downloaded for offline viewing.
Our courseware works best with current versions of Google Chrome, Firefox, or Safari. However, please note that web browsers on Mobile Devices do not support all of the features and protocols required for an optimal course experience.
For the best possible experience, we recommend switching to an up-to-date version of Chrome or Firefox. If you do not have Chrome installed, you can get it for free at this link.
Cookies & Additional Software
We use a third-party tool in this course: Qualtrics. Please make sure you allow all cookies from this site. You may choose to allow all third-party cookies in order for all question types and other features to work properly. Please see this link for how to change cookie settings in Google Chrome.
We also use a simulation game that makes use of Flash. At the beginning of the course, instructions will be available within the courseware to help you check your computer to ensure that you will be able to access the simulation.
If you are accessing the course from a secured machine or network there are likely limits to the types of content that can be downloaded, uploaded, and shared. Please be aware of and abide by your local IT policies when taking an online course. Please take specific note of your company's restrictions for cookie and firewall settings. Organizations with limitations on the use of Chrome have granted special waivers for MIT course attendees in the past, and other learners have chosen to use their personal or home computer.