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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Dino 101: paléobiologie des dinosaures par Université de l'Alberta

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À propos du cours

Dino 101: Dinosaur Paleobiology is a 12-lesson course teaching a comprehensive overview of non-avian dinosaurs. Topics covered: anatomy, eating, locomotion, growth, environmental and behavioral adaptations, origins and extinction. Lessons are delivered from museums, fossil-preparation labs and dig sites. Estimated workload: 3-5 hrs/week....

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JH

5 avr. 2017

Thank you for this excellent course! I really enjoyed the short videos, the concise notes, and quick quizzes (both at the end of each lesson, as well as the main point quizzes throughout the videos).

PM

17 oct. 2020

Even as a dinosaur nerd, I still learned a lot. Instructional videos with embedded quizzes were very well constructed. I'm just a bit bummed that I couldn't access the fossil viewer for some reason.

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par Sarah H

13 nov. 2018

Easy to follow and complete -- which there were reminders as to when things were due

par Andres A

27 sept. 2017

Los exámenes al final de cada modulo deberían ser un poco más complicados.

par Stefan

24 nov. 2018

Very interesting with excellent instructional videos at a relaxing pace

par Romain G D R

18 août 2020

Basic, but well explained for beginners, solid knowledge afterwards

par Nelma E L

9 oct. 2020

I wish I could use the fossil viewer. I couldn't access it at all

par Louis V

8 avr. 2017

Engaging intro course with superb visuals and virtual specimens.

par Broseidon1273

16 juin 2020

Pretty good, but the video quality wasn't too great.

par Gary D

11 août 2020

Very difficult, so much nomenclature to remember.

par Kok L C

27 avr. 2020

Interesting and informative. Glad I took it.

par Laura T

15 mai 2018

This was very informative and enjoyable

par Joel H

8 juin 2019

Very good course with lots of detail.

par Tisya D

28 sept. 2020

I liked the course ❤️ Thanks

par Raymond D

10 oct. 2017

Great course. Learned a lot.

par Ross P

21 oct. 2021

Good overview of the topic

par Carlos P F

8 déc. 2018

really entertaining course

par Cora H

21 avr. 2017

This was fun!

par Koustav M

9 juin 2020

Good

par Martin E

23 oct. 2020

An interesting course that had plenty of material that was new, informative and well presented. However it felt some what dated and I was very disappointed that the fossil viewer only worked on one occasion - and when it did the images seemed low resolution and not reflective of current technology. That said I enjoyed the presentations and learnt a lot, even if I found the names of species, groups and so on confusing and overwhelming. I would have liked to see more images (and at higher resolution) of some of the animals/concepts being discussed. That said, I want to emphasis that I learnt a lot and will make time to read further on the topic).

par Sophia F C M

23 juil. 2022

Comecei o curso há pouco tempo, está em inglês e não existe a possibilidade de colocá-lo em português, por isso a aprendizagem do conteúdo acaba sendo imensamente mais difícil. Peço que em breve exista a possibilidade de incorporar outras línguas à tradução do curso.

par Bernardo

14 mai 2020

Good for beginners, but as good as I could've been. the facts used in this are like from 2014. I would benefit from using more up to date facts, could've also focused more on some non-dinosaurian animals.

par SALEEKHA P K T

14 juin 2020

An awesome course..enjoyed very much..Thank you coursera

par Samuel G

28 avr. 2022

it was aight.

par Mainul H

14 mai 2020

good

par Brent L

30 sept. 2019

It is a fascinating subject, that's why I listened, however,

The young lady giving the lectures to be polite should have a desk job. Very poor public speaker with nervous hand gestures, monotone delivery,hard swallowing. What is an interesting subject matter becomes insufferable. That said, perhaps the use of charts listing types, locations and ancestry, specific features, etc. would help keep track of a vast subject matter, alas, now more of a jumble than I had anticipated. Also, please eliminate a good many of the intra-lecture pop quizzes, unless your target audience is 8th and 9th graders. Unnecessarily simplistic, bordering on insulting. The week end tests are well thought out, thought provoking.