Created by:  University of Alberta

  • Philip John Currie, Ph.D

    Taught by:  Philip John Currie, Ph.D , Professor and Canada Research Chair, Dinosaur Paleobiology

    Department of Biological Sciences
Language
English, Subtitles: Romanian, German
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 390 ratings

Paleontology courses from The University of Alberta have always been excellent. This one is no different.

My only quibble is that the video quizzes tend to ask questions about concepts before the information is presented.

Interesting and very informative. Well-presented and engaging videos. These were often quite long though (25 - 30 mins) and could perhaps have been broken down into two smaller chunks which would have made the information (of which there was lots) more digestible.

It was a very interesting course for us and we enjoyed the way it was presented as well. Thank you for doing such a great job!

For the family tree in week 3 it would have been nice to have a hint or two to complete it correctly.

This is an amazing couse and you learn some much about theropods, birds and the volution of