Aug 26, 2016
Broad spectrum over view useful to beginners as well as advanced learners. would have loved to be able to download slides along with Transcripts for later revision , Thank you UMCP and the Faculty !
Jun 04, 2020
Thank you for the wonderful opportunity to learn new skills in biotechnology. I feel like my serotonin level become normal and I m really happy. my fear, low self-esteem everything is gone now .😇
By Konrad H•
Sep 03, 2015
The course was pretty good. Maybe concepts were illustrated too general and briefly (not in details) but maybe this course is just a warm up for people who are not specialists in those fields. Nevertheless it was quite fun to listen the lectures and that's why course went pretty fast. I only regret that there's no free Statements of Accomplishment.
By stephanie m•
Sep 07, 2015
good course a bit hard to understand at times the information can get confusing but the it is there wish they would add printable bulletins at the end so make information readable just for extra help with the understanding of the material
By Tom S•
Jun 26, 2017
Presentation speed was fast--particularly for my low level of current knowledge. I found the presenter's continual flinging of her hair (backwards) to be quite distracting. Perhaps she could pin it back--out of her eyes?
By Kim A•
Apr 01, 2019
Lots of important information and a great overview of many different aspects of genetics. A bit heavy on the pro-GMO stance without really addressing the criticisms of it. The first part was great about human genetics.
By Rune B•
Nov 10, 2015
Large topic and well presented. Due to volume could perhaps be divided into smaller, more comprehensive,
By Alexis N•
Sep 12, 2018
Intro too long for each lecture; Backgrounds are distracting
By Michael D T•
Oct 02, 2015
Lots of bias on evolutionary theories.
By Rakesh K S•
May 15, 2020
Very much helpful
By Aia M M•
Nov 03, 2016
Great content but making the theory of ape or chimp the origin of humans as the corner of the course and intruduce it as a truth is very wrong and shameful.
By Ethel-Jayne S•
Sep 12, 2015
Much trouble with freezing and no sound
By Philip S B A•
May 10, 2017
I think the course is great... BUT...Why must you charge to take the quizzes?
I, like I am sure many of those wishing to take the course, live in countries where the $49. USD that is charged for a certificate can represent a significant portion of a monthly income.
It is unfortunate that you would make a decision that limits accessibility to learning based on the economic wherewithal of an individual .
I can understand charging for a certificate, but quizzes provide feedback and are an essential learning tool.
I hope that in future, your desire for profit does not interfere with the accessibility of education for the betterment of people, and thus, the world in general.
By Alexandra B•
Oct 15, 2016
The only option I had was to watch videos, I could not submit quizzes, which I completed, unless I paid.
What's even the point of having this course as part of Coursera?
Very disappointed. Shame on the University of Maryland, College Park. Will stay away from this school.
By Deleted A•
Nov 25, 2016
Not being allowed to submit quizzes without paying for the course - I am withdrawing from the course and any other Coursera courses where this is the policy - I will enrol in other free online course sites where the are "free".
By Pushkin R•
Apr 23, 2020
the video material is not student friendly, as in not suitable for taking down notes and marking the imps
By Stefan W•
Nov 06, 2019
access only for payment and overly simple course material. unfortunate