0.111x, MIT’s first massive open online course (MOOC) in photographing science, Making Science and Engineering Pictures, A Practical Guide to Presenting Your Work, went live in June, 2015. The course is archived here. It is targeted to graduate and post-graduate students, faculty and researchers in science and engineering whose work involves devices, petri dishes and other material ranging in scales that may be photographically imaged.
This first week, previewed on the left, demonstrates how to use a flatbed scanner to create high-quality images. You may view just this first week of videos on MIT’s Open Courseware.
Below are just a small sampling of the interactive tools available through this MIT Open Courseware course. Have fun!