Here’s how to make the most of DSLx Life Learning! If you want to learn more about the whole initiative, please check out lifelearning.mit.edu
To create your own catalog of resources, you'll need to have an MIT certificate on your computer that enables you to log in with Touchstone. Once you do, every resource will show a box with “Add to my resources” right under the main image. Click on that, and the resource will appear in your collection.
Once you have a resource, the box will change to “Remove from my resources” in case you want to switch it out.
You can access your resources any time you’re logged in.
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DSLx Life Learning is an MIT community enterprise, so please consider sharing some of the life lessons your experience has taught you. We can help, so please feel welcome to check out our section on submitting content and to get in touch if you have questions or want to consult with us.
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