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The Aug. 30, 2007 feature article about OpenLabWare attributed inaccurate information to Stephen E. Carson, external relations director of OpenCourseWare. OCW will have 1,800 courses online by November 2007, not 18,000 courses, Carson said.

Because of a production error, the Ask SIPB column in the Aug. 30, 2007 issue of The Tech was cut off prematurely in the middle of a question. The truncated question and answer has been incorporated into today’s column, located on page 19.

A photo of Yosemite, Calif. on page 6 of the Aug. 30, 2007 issue of The Tech was credited to the wrong photographer. The photo of Ray C. He G was taken by Brett M. Warne ’08, not He himself.

The interview of Susanna Barry, a health educator, in the Aug. 30, 2007 issue of The Tech misprinted the last word of the MIT office Barry works in. It is the Center for Health Promotion and Wellness, not Awareness.