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Who says MOOCs are impersonal?


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September 4th, 2012
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Dear 6.002x Student,

Our course team is excited for the beginning of 6.002x tomorrow, September 5th, 2012.  You will be joining thousands of other students from around the world in MIT’s online course exploring circuits and electronics.

We hope that you have set aside adequate time to fully explore the extensive course materials, problem sets and labs. Professor Khurram Afridi and the entire course team are looking forward to working with you during the course and welcome your feedback, ideas, and questions.

Circuits and Electronics opens at noon GMT tomorrow on edX, and we look forward to seeing you there!
-The 6.002x Course Team

Uh, take it back.

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Dear edX student,

Earlier today we incorrectly sent you an email regarding 6.002x, one of our current classes. We made a mistake. Please accept our sincere apologies for the inconvenience.

Best regards,

-The edX Team

Trust me on this. I never signed up to take Circuits & Electronics.

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