The best course so far. I feel like this course actually showed us things we would be doing day to day in the workplace. It's nice to problem solve since that will probably be a big chunk of the job.
This chapter is very interesting since describes a lot of the things that we have at the office running on the background but we never understood well. The material is well put together, congrats.
By Francisco D D G•
week 2 has very, and I mean, very serious problems with the test at the end. I tried and tried and even contacted coursera people. I had to do it nine times and I knew all the responses. it is impossible to have top grades when a test is expecting three right responses that I know I have to tick and the quiz shows single circle selection, not square. and there are several questions with this problem!!!
By Jonathan H•
I found the teachers explanatory style much more difficult to learn from than with the previous courses. This was my least favorite course so far. Dealing with software specific issues rather than learning theory is just more difficult for me in general I think. Plus, I hate Windows in general and had a very difficult time forcing myself to be engaged in a lot of the material.
You used to have great lectures coursera. Unfortunately, now they instructors just read out loud the material. Sometimes is very difficult to understand. I had to refer to the you tubefor better lectures. The final projects are not graded you just give a grade of 100%. To tell you the truth the only reason I would use your classes if for self studying and guidance.
By Wahaj A•
I really enjoyed the AD sections, I wish there was more hands-on exercises in this course. I think the value of having the VM environment (qwiklab or however you spell it) would have been a good way to teach the AD lessons. I think I have a hard time with hours of videos and then some quizzes. Where’s the hands-on?
By Oleksii P•
There is mistakes in the tests, not clear questions, and if not all possibly correct! options chosen it will count it as 0 not a fraction of a point - I consider it to be unfair.
And to add some of the grammar used in the questions is controversial and not used this days making it complicated to understand.
By Cory J•
There were a lot of spelling errors in the written part of each lesson. There are times that it is easier to read the notes instead of watching the video all of the way through. This can be difficult when there are typos and I have to play the video to see what was actually said.
The course was difficult for a complete beginner like my self, I've felt the course was poorly organized in its order of topic, I've had quizzes with questions about topics that only later on there were video lectures that explained the topic, like Active directory for example
By William B•
This course was the worst so far. Info was muddled, lectures not well organized, quizzes reflective of that. Almost seemed like most people probably don't make it this far into the course so there's less attention placed on it at this point. Disappointing.
By Tom H•
I understand having an expert teach is gret because of the practical knowledge they have but it does not necessarily make them good teachers. I also found the practical elements on qwiklabs either lacking or confusing on initial set up.
By Charles E•
There were a lot of optional labs. That's fine, but each one of these came with an accompanying 1 question, multiple choice with 1 option quiz. These were so incredibly pointless. Whoever designed the UX of this course, why?
By Şahin U•
There is no physical learning techniques as it was in second and third courses, and fifth as well. The is no systematized program, and no enough material to teach in 6 weeks. This course is a little time consuming.
By Astrogildo A G•
Good content but most evaluation questions are poorly designed whereas grading is questionable and unfair. The experience may be very disappointing for starters.
By Gary L F•
This should be the opening series for becoming a System Administrator. Most of this course is way beyond the scope of an I.T. Support person.
Most of this course instructed the student to outsource IT, I took the course in order to learn IT so that I wouldn't have to outsource it.
By John C G•
The content in this course was not as well structured as in the first three courses in the IT support Professional Certificate
By Tewanna P•
More hands on learning should be incorporated in to the courses. Providing a better skill and knowledge base for learning.
By Eric B•
Essay assignments are a terrible way to assess knowledge. Please consider revising the final portion of this section.
By Low C S W•
Think the videos are sometimes too broad and general which is boring. Then it is not clear to answer the questions
By Vlad O•
The course is quite informative, but the presentation becomes repetitive and dull. Hard to stay concentrated!
By Stefan W•
I would have liked, that the qwiklabs were an essential part of the assignments!
By DL S•
There was a quiz in week 2 that was hard to pass. That was the only problem.
By steve m•
Videos too long, not enough quizzes to break them up or labs.
By Jordan M•
Too broad and didn't go in depth enough.
By Frank E•
The was not a favorite course of mine.
By Naman K N•
Difficult to comprehend for beginners