The teacher is really passionate, everything's very clear and easy to understand. It's full of all the basic knowledge one needs to know about qualitative research methods to begin working with them.
I found this a very useful way of getting a basic introduction to qualitative research methods, without just sitting down with some text books. The content was engaging and at the right level for me.
By Diede K•
The amount of information is quite unstructured. I found it difficult to distinguish the essential information from the less important information. Besides that, the subtitles where really bad most of the time. Which was a pity. However, I still learned a lot.
By Candacee W•
Difficult to understand some assignments and questions. Requires a great deal of work, in addition to attempting to understand what is being asked of students. Excellent content, though!
By Naohi I•
The course materials and assignments were excellent, but it would be better if the faculty give me some kind of personal comments on our works.
By Bartosz K•
Good, but it lacks proper materials to come back to - slides are very heavy and not clear and transcript is missing connections to slides.
By tengson p•
I found this course very useful and would recommend it to friends if they are interested
By Fabian G•
Very convoluted; examples not so clear; still interesting and well produced.
very vague questions in the tests
By Mark C•
Dr Moerman is passionate about qualitative research and does use some interesting examples to illustrate his ideas, some of which are drawn from his own research experiences. Do note that if you were to take this course, you need time because the assignments are time consuming and the videos are (I think) a little longer than they really need to be. Also, some of the assignments are designed in a pretty strange way (e.g. one week's assignment requires a shocking 10 peer reviews to pass but when I took the course, there were only a few submissions). This probably means I can't get my cert until the next session starts - if I'm lucky!
By Tomoe I•
The professor was very powerful, however this course is very academic and not the best if you are looking for hands-on qualitative research methods. Although I learned a lot of methods, unfortunately I could not understand each of them since they are just explained, not showing the informative examples.
By Jeanson-Jian W G L•
Content of the lesson marred by extremely poor presentation. This is particularly egregious in regards to the assignments, and Quizzes, as a lack of fluency from the content writers makes the experience of knowing what precisely is being asked an unnecessarily frustrating process.
By Karina Z•
I had done ALL the tasks in February-March - I don't remember exactly when, but I received my certificate in May. The course was interesting, but I needed the certificate for my application to university. Now I'm so dissapointed.
By Mateja K•
The instructor's presentations are so irritating due to him acting in a jumpy, nervous, and hyper-excited manner that I could not stand watching the lectures. If you don't mind that, it's probably not a bad course.
By Lucy B•
A very enthusiastic teacher, but the information was difficult to follow and some of the assessments took over 4 hours to complete. This made it hard to get the work done.
By Raju G•
Very vague, abstract ideas in the lectures. Would be much better if more real-life examples and scenarios were used in the lectures to convey those abstract ideas.
By Monica A•
As a humanities student, I find this module not challenging and boring. The videos are way too long and hard to follow.
By Olalowo I E•
Please , the style of power reviewing assignment isn't encouraging. It's delaying my completion for over 3 months
By Abigail B•
Video's were great but some of the assignments were unpractical and the tests were based on minuscule details.
By Rachael W•
This course is not free. You must pay to access assignments and quizzes.
I am really annoyed with the direction Coursera is moving in regard to premium content. If they keep up this trend, I'll move to Class Central or other MOOCs.
By David C•
Too theoretical and completely disliked it. Even too basic for an introductory course. I paid it and got unitl week 4 and just couldn't find the motivation to continue.
By Kristo L•
content is not good, too scattered content, cannot find focus.
assignments are meaningless.
By Anthony J M•
Scattered lectures that are hard to follow and choppy
By Radu V•
the course is locked and i cant review or submit
By ARUN P A•
Too abstract and unroganized
By Susie P•