In this lecture, I'll show you how to navigate one of my courses on Coursera, and while this probably isn't the course you're currently enrolled in, that doesn't really matter. All the courses that I do on Coursera are structured pretty much the same. Let's go wander around one of my Coursera courses. Here's the homepage for the course for you, and you can scan different information about the different weeks in the course. I typically would go to one of the weeks in the course and this particular week has a module and the module is starting to program. There are a variety of learning objectives for this particular week. There's a getting started lesson that will typically have some videos in here, a course introduction. This video I'm recording right now and they meet the instructor video and then there's another lesson here, your first C++ code in this particular course. There's a mix of videos and readings, oftentimes exercises or other readings and a discussion prompt typically at the end, and then most commonly, there's a programming assignment for you to complete. Let's look at this programming assignment. If I click it, you'll see I've passed, I could do the programming assignment. There are instructions that you should follow very carefully. Each of these steps or comments or sentences in the instructions matters so you should read them all and do them and then when you're ready to submit, you click the My Submission button. You click, "Create a Submission" and you upload a file and you say you're going to abide by the owner code and then you submit your assignment. I'm going back and I'm going to look at Week 2 because if we look at this video integer data types, for example, I wanted to show you the resources that typically go along with each of the videos. If you go over here on the left and select download, you can see there's a variety of things you can download. You can download the lecture video, you can download the slides. This one actually has an extra reading and then I've got some zip files for in this particular course, both Visual Studio, final code and Xcode final code. If you're in a course that you can use either Visual Studio on Windows or Xcode on a Mac, then I provide the code for both of those. If it's all Visual Studio, no matter which platform you're on, that, of course, I just provide Visual Studio Code. But each of the videos that I generate code for, I include the code as a downloadable resource for you. You should download that rather than trying to copy and paste from a video, if you're trying to use some of the ideas from the code I generated in the video, just go download the code and unzip this and then you can use that code. Also on the left in the navigation bar, you can take a look at your grades and look at me. I got 100 on all three programming assignments. This particular course has a final exam, a quiz at the end that I'm late doing but that's okay. This is where you can go to see all your grades. The note section, you can add some notes if you choose to do so, and they can be created from the video pages so you can capture notes for particular videos. Lots of people go to the discussion forums. For example, if you went to the Week 1 discussion forum, there is a generic Week 1 discussion forum. There's a sub forum about the assignment that's due that week and there are sub forums for each of the exercises as well. There's lots of opportunity for you to interact with your fellow learners, posting questions about the course material or specific graded or ungraded activities and people are generally reasonably active on the forums. That's a good place for you to go to ask for help if you get stuck on stuff. The messages section, if I send you a message, it will appear here in the messages section. My guess is you will probably be picking in general a particular week to interact with and you'll work your way through the material for that week all the way through submitting the programming assignment and I expect that's in general how you'll interact with the page, although of course, you may well be active on the discussion forums as well and there you go. That's how you navigate one of my courses on Coursera.