I finished the course, I do not know why it indicates to me as if I had not finished\n\nI would like answer, please. My email: firstname.lastname@example.org\n\nWhy don't answer me?\n\nRegards\n\nVictor Ramon
the content is awesome. i would recommend it to those who need to have some basic knowledge of GIS. it's very easy to learn the ArcGIS because of the instructions and demos given by the instructor.
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Nick seems very passionate about his work, and I appreciate the time he put into this course. However, The some of the concepts weren't always explained well or should have been repeated to help those new to GIS get a better handle on them. My husband (who was passively listening - i.e., otherwise playing video games - while I took classes) is a programmer, and heagreed with me. Also, not having a reliable community or advisor to help answer questions is problematic. The class forum is not very helpful, since there are few responses. There are also a number of typos throughout the course content, including small ones in the handouts for the assignments. More importantly, the transcripts need reviewed for better translation. I was able to figure out some of the errors because of context and I'm a native English speaker. The closed captioning is even worse (although, some of the translations can funny).
By Brenna G•
I do not feel like this course was as informative as it could've been. There were a number of things I ended up watching other videos to get the full idea of what to do. The final assignment was an absolute pain! I resubmitted multiple times because people would grade harshly, but then say "great map!". Peer review is not an effective means of grading when people do not leave thought out feedback. I am not satisfied with this course and I had hoped to do the whole specialization, but will not be doing that after finishing this course. The professor should be a little easier to get a hold of to make this course feel authentic.
By Pierre V•
Quiet good introduction with clear objectives.
Some step by step explanations could be shortened because they seem too detailed.
A brief introduction to creating your own data could be great and will cover more steps
By hte way, thanks for this good introduction
By Mohammed A•
Great course also best instructor my problem is the grading by others is taking really longtime I've been waiting two days until now and no one even looked at my assignment. also I tired posting my problem in the discussion thread even begged but nothing.
By Margaret F•
The course and the content was great, but the grading process was terrible. Will probably finish the specialization, but wish there was a better way to be graded for the money.
By Madeline G•
The course itself was great, but I think the grading system could definitely be improved on the final project!
By Akshat J•
Focuses mainly on ArcGIS tool whereas the objective of this course should be to explain GIS concepts.
By Kenny C•
the software is outdated and the assignment instruction is not clear at all!
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Needs to be updated to cover the use of ArcGIS pro.
By Sean C•
Good information. A little simple at times
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Peer review is unreliable.
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Helpful for beginners.
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For myself, I experienced issues trying to work the course projects with the student ArcGIS course work during the process. I reloaded three versions each upload going down one version to the 10.3.1 and the course files were not available to be found on my computer. At the end, I was able to bring in the final project and located the files, and did tinker around with some of the data, but not enough to submit for Peer review or to take the Final Week 4 quiz. Go figure! Because I was not able to work the course projects, I was a deer in headlights at the end. I did use the group sections to identify other users experiencing the same issues. I found dated concerns, with no comments. Because I could not identify and referenced coursework updates, I can assume it is aging and does need to be reviewed and refreshed.