Clear expectations and requirements. Long, thorough course. Be prepared to work, but very helpful and relevant.
Awesome course!! Learned so much and projects were very applicable to real scenarios
교육 기관: Michael V•
The content is good, but one of the professor's work is disjointed and what she says in the video lecture does not necessarily align with what is on the screen. I think a lot of her lectures needs to be more fleshed out, it seems we are reviewing haphazard notes at times. I'm not a numbers/math person at all, and the assumption that we can evaluate trends and numbers was frustrating. Some may, but not everybody can. Half the content for one of the quizzes isn't in that week's learning either, but is relevant for the next week, and the other half of the content is relevant to the prior week.
There are also a LOT of videos for this course, and some are very lengthy, so it definitely gets tedious. Like I said earlier, the content is good, but the delivery or content and review on the professor's part needs to be worked on.
교육 기관: Maarten L•
Overall, this course teaches you some great practices for forming research questions and designing and conducting surveys. After week 4, the other instructor takes over and there is a big drop in terms of depth and thoroughness of the course material. It only superficially touches upon the practices around Remote testing and A/B testing, and the Week 6 assignment is completely out of touch with the course material.
교육 기관: Renee R•
The first portion of this course was very interesting and I feel as though I learned a lot from it. The second part of the course, instructed by the female professor, was very confusing and difficult to grasp. The assignments did not follow from her lectures and I feel as though I did not benefit from that portion of the class.
교육 기관: Me•
The tests are poorly written with obvious errors, double-negatives and other sloppiness that makes them unnecessarily difficult to understand. Unforgivable in a class that purports to teach survey writing. The primary basics of clear communication and survey writing that are (sort of) taught in this class are ignored repeatedly by the lecturers.