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I don't see a search box for Open Study. How do I quickly find posts related to questions about the homework? This free study is great but I wish the MOOC people provided a clearer overview of what kind of support we can expect from/for this Gentle Introduction course.

MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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There is no search option for open study for now. It can be difficult to find related questions but that's just why the Mechanical MOOC is using different approaches together. They have a post here: http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/50866fd3e4b0f947a40658ff talking about how things are working out for people. So you can post more comments or concerns there.
If you need to, you can type in your problem on Google and add "Open Study" or a variant of that after your problem. Often that works for me to search a specific question.

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