Video Interactions for Teaching and Learning (VITAL) is a Web-based learning environment that enables students to view, analyze, and communicate ideas with video. VITAL was originally created to help students practice their observation and interpretation skills in developmental psychology courses at Teachers College, Columbia University. Currently, VITAL is deployed in a wide range of courses and disciplines across Columbia University, from the School of Social Work to the School of the Arts.
This version of VITAL is administered by the MIT Shakespeare Project for courses at MIT. VITAL is accessible only by students and instructors registered for courses that use VITAL. If you are a member of a VITAL course and have trouble logging in, please contact the MIT VITAL administrator at email@example.com.
If this is your first time using VITAL on this computer, please check your computer for the system requirements of this application.