Online Teaching with MATLAB and Simulink
Whether you are transitioning a classroom course to a hybrid model, developing virtual labs, or launching a fully online program, MathWorks can help you foster active learning no matter where it takes place. Here you will find resources and ideas for providing hands-on experiences with MATLAB and Simulink, plus tools for delivering instruction, engaging students, and assessing outcomes.
Create Engaging, Interactive Course Materials
Make your courses more interactive, promote self-directed learning, and increase student engagement through Live Editor and MATLAB apps.
Use MATLAB on the desktop or MATLAB Online to create live scripts. Share live scripts with students through your university’s learning management system or using MATLAB Drive. Learn more about creating and sharing live scripts for applications such as flipped classrooms on the Instructional Resources page.
In addition, you can host and run a collection of MATLAB apps on your own MATLAB Web App Server at your university.
Increase Your Expertise Through Teaching with MATLAB Training
This self-paced course is designed for educators who are new to our cloud-based tools or want updated guidance on how to use the tools for teaching and learning. Five interactive lessons will help you get started.
- Creating Interactive Scripts (20 minutes)
- Moving to the Cloud (15 minutes)
- Sharing Content (15 minutes)
- Helping Students Learn MATLAB (10 minutes)
- Assessing Students (30 minutes)
Develop Student Skills with Free Onramps
These interactive online tutorials are often assigned by instructors as prerequisites to help students learn MATLAB and Simulink or refresh their skills. Shareable progress reports and course certificates ensure tasks are completed.