November 4–4, 2016: Annual Project Meeting (Year 2) at MIT in Cambridge, MA.

April 4–5, 2016: Annual Project Directors' Meeting in Washington D.C.

February 8, 2016: Project kickoff at Arapahoe Community College in Denver, CO.

February 4, 2016: Project kickoff at Quinsigamond Community College in MA.

December 16–17, 2015: Project kickoff meeting at MIT in Cambridge, MA.


September 29, 2016: An article in MIT News. Collaborating with community colleges to innovate educational technology

February 4, 2016: An article in The Denver Post. ACC to be testing ground for "fly-by-wire" education program

Dec 16, 2015: FbW kickoff meeting hosted at MIT. Overview slides posted.

October 9, 2015: We have been featured in a news article by the MIT Office of Digital Learning — “Fly-by-wire” technology for scalable, differentiated instruction

September 21, 2015: FIPSE First in the World awards announced by the U.S. Department of Education — Department Awards $60 Million in First in the World Grants to 17 Colleges, Universities and Organizations

Fly-by-Wire team in the MIT wind tunnel

The Fly-by-Wire team in the MIT wind tunnel

Project manager working with faculty

Danielle Staples, Math faculty at ACC working with the project manager on the FbW web app

Denice Pardee, Accounting faculty

Denice Pardee, Accounting faculty at ACC, explaining how FbW would work in her class

Heidi and Flora

Heidi Barrett, Math faculty at ACC and Flora McMartin, External evaluation