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Explore our courses and enroll today! Learn how to better study consciousness, interact with virtual patients or build the next big mobile app. EdX has exciting new courses starting soon in a variety of subjects to help enhance your skills and knowledge.

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Leverage your creativity to build a business with expert guidance from BerkleeICE Director Panos Panay. This Wednesday, January 27, ask your questions of Panos Panay, head of Berklee’s Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE). He is currently teaching Creativity and Entrepreneurship course on edX. AMA means “Ask Me Anything.” Questions about entrepreneurship, creativity, the music industry, his research, and more, are all fair game. (Current students,...

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Explore our courses and enroll today! Learn how to better prepare for a natural coastal disaster, identify important aspects of music just by listening to it or build a movie recommendation search engine using Python. EdX has exciting new courses starting soon in a variety of subjects to help enhance your skills and knowledge.

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Whether you want to learn about cultures in South Asia, design effective computer systems, understand your rights or lend your ear to 18th century musical performances, edX has the course that will help you gain knowledge and learn new skills. Explore edX courses and start learning today!

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This story originally ran in Dartmouth Now.  Introduction to Italian Opera starts on October 13. Enroll today! “Before this, my musical background ended with high school band, and now I’ve become an opera dork,” says instructional designer Adam Nemeroff. For the past year Nemeroff has been collaborating with Steve Swayne, the Jacob H. Strauss 1922 Professor of Music; video producer Dan Maxell Crosby; and music librarian...

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