Very clear teaching strategies from the instructors. Some quizzes though are a little bit hard on my part because of the type of questions and answers. But overall it is a great course to take with.
I just completed my course and I would like to appreciate the tutors for doing a great job, yeah! Also, I recommend Coursera for anyone who wants to experience advancement in knowledge and career.
Although the content was informational, the presenters were uninteresting and made watching the videos hard to do.
By MARYAM H•
It was informational and started with the basics. It was overall a good course but needs to be more interactive.
By Nikita S•
I wish we went in depth a bit. The overview was a bit vague and didn't instruct very well.
By Vivek S•
Very Slow and highly information-only course. It could've been more enthusiastic and fun.
By Ibrahim B•
The quiz questions were tricky and the modules were not as easy to follow as I thought.
By Brent A•
It was a good basic intro into the statistical methods of epidemiology. Quite basic.
By Ignacio R•
It is an interesting course, as a first contact with epidemiology and public health
By Sezin E•
Lectures are taught very fast, but still informative if you pay attention
By Susan G D•
This MOOC was quite detailed and i enjoyed every bit of the subject.
By XIANGYU S•
No bad. But the quiz are too difficult for me .
By MODUPE O•
Some of the content was not clearly explained.
By Aryan S•
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By Taiwo I•
Great learning opportunity
By David c•
content did not match test
By Wei T H•
In the earlier weeks terminology was introduced that were unexplained (the measures of association) even though it was stated in the lecture that these were "previously covered". This prompted me to search back desperately to see what I have missed to no avail, finally culminating in me simply looking up the terminology online. As it turns out, these terminology were explained in a subsequent week. Had this been conveyed or structured better, the course would have been easier to understand. Also the material was pretty surface level when discussing causality. In terms of presentation skills, it would help if the lecturers fumbled less with their scripts structured the content better. However, it is good effort and the content is fairly important, especially during these times where fake medical information is rife.
By Victoria D•
Lectures start from irritating music and book-ended by unnecessary summary of what will be and was studied. Lots of complicated language without explanation such as "osteoclast reabsorbtion reduction". Tests are impossible to pass. They ask questions not covered in lectures, lots of multiple choices where one incorrect tick shoots down the whole question. I can see from forums that some questions are contradictory - there is no correct answer. A missed opportunity.
By Emine O•
Quiz questions were really hard and tricky.
By John W•
By Martha O•
DO NOT TAKE THIS COURSE. I can read the slides myself. I know how to read. I 'm literate. I don't need you to read, stumble over your words or mispronounce words as you drone on in your monotone voice through your powerpoint slides. BORING BORING BORING. Further, this is NOT an introductory course. Phrases, words and concepts in the lecture are new to me, so YAY for me, to want to learn something completely new, only to have your tests not give any partial credit for the MASSIVE NUMBER of multiple choice questions where I got 3 out of 4 test questions correct, 4 out of 5 test questions correct, or 2 out of 3 test questions correct. What kind of grading system is this for an introductory course for the general public interested in this topic during COVID? OUT OF TOUCH with why general citizens might want to take this course. I will never take course from either of you again. You both should take the Coursera Course called "Mindshift" that is the leading MOOC course on how to use humor, be interesting, engaging, and fun in your course. You are the poster children for the opposite of boring, droning, and one way lecture style. BOO HISS. Old School, ladies. OLD SCHOOL. Your pop up quizzes during the lectures are given in under less than a nono second to test concepts introduced less than 2 minutes prior. Breathe. Relax. Give us a minute or two to ABSORB the material. You have no idea how to conduct an online course. I recommend this course to no none.
By LaMaunika A•
Coursera online course was absolutely horrible to work through. There was not a clear way to message the instructors when I had a question. In order to get online support, I would have to navigate through multiple screens before I was able to find a place to chat with anyone. The course timeline was locked, I couldn't open it earlier without having to go through said obstacles to get to chat with support before they would open it up for me. For an online course, that you have to pay for, why is there so many restrictions? Then I had to navigate my way around again to get a certificate. Absolute fail. I did this only because it was required for a class I took. Would not recommend it at all.
By Talesa M c•
i vaguely remember this conversation with a woman named "Lacey" whom was blonde strung out who set people up with problems and equations and steal their variable x and answers. she documented, rephrased words, acted like she was my girlfriend, and i blacked out several or more times, as well as she pledged it/ pitched it for a class idea and now i'm the only one without a ceu credit for it for AOA ABOA 2 and so on. Thank you for the confusions and word play. I WANT MY STUFF BACK.
By betül a k•
Technically sucks. As of 18th April not possible to progress with the course as it is locked (says session will start on April 2 -yes today is 20th). Does not update deadlines. Does not allow me to submit assignment- does not even open screen for submission. So why do you allow me be enrolled???
The lectures are not very well organized and are repetitive in definitions and explanations. More examples would be helpful in order to see the application of how these formulas and tools are used in epidemiology
By Joseph H•
Horrible course. Had a difficult time understanding, and the questions seemed tricky for someone who is not in STEM. Dropped out because I do not take courses that I have to rely on outside information for.
By Sebastien d V•
It wasn't what I expected and I didn't completely understand some of the information and it was poorly explained.