Archives for 1999

Project I-Campus accepting proposals for funding

“Project I-Campus, the MIT-Microsoft alliance for research in educational technology, has begun issuing calls for proposals from the MIT community…”

Rebecca Bisbee, iCampus Project Administrator, Tech Talk, November 24, 1999

Original link: http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/tt/1999/nov24/icampus.html (No longer active)

I-Campus Soliciting Student Proposals

“The MIT/Microsoft alliance began accepting research proposals Monday to distribute the up to $25 million in research funds associated with project I-Campus…”

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Dana Levine, The Tech, November 23, 1999

I-Campus To Accept Research Proposals

“As the next step in the Microsoft/MIT I-Campus Alliance, the Microsoft/MIT Joint Steering Committee will be asking for proposals from faculty and students in early December, said Project I-Campus Codirector Harold Abelson PhD ’73, professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science…”

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Karen Robinson and Rima Arnaout, The Tech, November 3, 1999

MIT, Microsoft Join in I-Campus Alliance

“MIT shocked the community with the announcement of an industrial partnership with Microsoft Corporation Wednesday. The initiative, called I-Campus, involves a 25 million contribution from Microsoft over the next five years. In return, MIT offers access to its faculty and research facilities….”

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Rima Arnaout, The Tech, October 10, 1999

MIT and Microsoft announce Project I-Campus

“MIT and Microsoft Corp. have unveiled an ambitious alliance to enhance university education through information technology….”

Tech Talk, October 6, 1999

Original Link: http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/tt/1999/oct06/microsoft.html (No longer active)

MIT and Microsoft announce long-term collaboration for innovation in higher education

“The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Microsoft Corp. today unveiled an ambitious alliance to conduct research and create new technologies that will improve information technology-enabled teaching models and educational tools for university education….”

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MIT News Office, October 5, 1999