Chi, Jie, and other MIT Media Lab graduate students,
It would be great to inject into the World University and School's 'Electrical Engineering,' wiki, Subject pages ... http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Electrical_Engineering ... more art-making and imaginative possibilities, as well as into the 'Electrical Engineering,' MIT OCW-centric, academic discipline itself ... as WUaS moves to Wikidata, our upcoming, new, database repository ... Let's chat further about this. Do you have a MIT-centric course in mind you'd like to teach? What do you have in mind?
Great, and thanks for your email and tutorial. I'll look to add it to one or two WUaS, wiki subjects - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects - but I'm not sure where yet; I invite you to try adding it, if you'd like to get an immediate, hands-on experience of editing, or teaching, at WUaS.
If WUaS matriculates, as we're planning, our first, MIT OCW-centric (accrediting on this - http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/audio-video-courses/), online, tuition-free, undergraduate class in 2014 (applying this autumn), I'm very curious to plan for hands-on aspects. Will students be making things with electronics, paper and legos in their home, for example, in related classes?
It would be great to communicate about a number of items beyond these.
Here's one tutorial for paper electronics: http://hlt.media.mit.edu/?p=2505
It's not particularly detailed but gives you a flavor for the kind of
workshops I've taught. I'm currently in the process of developing
more thorough documentation with a few students. I will keep you
posted as my web tutorial works develop!
As for after MIT, I've actually just begun my PhD so I have another
3.5 years to figure out my dissertation and plan from there! But I'm
very much interested in activism through education, especially
empowering people to understand and create through technology so I
feel it may be relevant to your work. There is an interesting
challenge in not only getting people information through the web, but
getting hands-on as well!
I added your tutorial - http://hlt.media.mit.edu/?p=2505 - here - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Media_Arts_and_Sciences ...
and your - http://technolojie.com/category/featured-projects/ - to the Media Lab at WUaS ... http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Media_Lab_at_World_University_and_School.