The course is very helpful to us to understand the DC circit analysis a lot.Thank you to the team.As a faculty,I know the concepts well.So directly went to the quiz part.
The course is very good for beginners and lab experiments related to sensors are good .Explanation of concepts with real time applications is a good asset of this course
par Neil H•
The technical info seems to be there but there is absolutely nil activity from anybody involved in the course on the fora. Furthermore, there are many uncorrected errors in the problems. I am just auditing but, if I was paying, I'd be fuming and demanding my money back
par Milton R N•
While basics were delivered in a clear and precise way, the more difficult sections , like 2nd order circuits for example, were not done in-depth and were full of exercises with errors and out of sequence material...some good editing and review is needed.
par QUAN Z•
this course teaches fundamental but import concepts of electrical engineering. The lecturers had good performance; however, there are quite a few errors in the assignments. This course can be improved by correcting those errors.
par BEJJAGAM J•
As all things are good like videos ,lec,practise exercises,quizes,...
but,only some questions are not correct,(it means printing mistakes)
Accept this ,this Course is Awesome and the lecturers are so experienced.
par Najm A F A A A•
It is a great course that I learned a lot from, However, it needs to be monitored by the professors who created the course because there are some mistakes in some quizzes. Thank you very much for this MOOC
par Nikolas A G•
Good course, unfortunately abandoned by the mentors, has a lot of issues with the auto grader and quizes that ask things that were not yet taught, but still even with these issues I got a lot from it.
par Ganesh J•
Very poor support of course instructor or moderator. Many graded questions have wrong options. Discussion forum are suggesting improvement. Kindly see all comments from discussion forum.
par Palanisamy K•
Clear and brief explanations to each topic. Well done. I would have given 5 stars if there was no any errors in quizzes and instructors (or TAs) respond to the forum regularly!
par Mohammad S H•
The course content is very good but there are some errors on the module. Besides that we didn't get any official support on the discussion forum
par Allan D M M•
The content is great and understandable however there are some errors in the qualifications and in the exposition of some problems
This course has too many errors in problem statements. There is absolutely no support on the forums from instructors.
par Marina K•
Good course, but some of the material (especially quizzes) needs an overhaul.
par The K P•
Good course. a few wrong solutions by grader but all in al, good coure
par Jasiel H T•
Good course but it needs many revisions in its correct answers.
par Mohammad Z B A•
There are too much wrong answer put in the module quizzes!
par KOYYALAMUDI S L P•
some problems have error which are not corrected
par BHALLAMUDI S C•
it's a good experience learning online .Thanks
par Ahmed W H m h A•
there was some mistakes in the quizzes
par Anurag N•
Lots of mistakes in practice quiz
par MAREM P P•
good explantion by George Tech
par K M C•
No proper mentoring
par Parkhi j•
Update is needed
par Jorge E E R•
par Rishi K•
par William B•
Before all of the negative stuff, I would like to say that I learned a lot from this course. I just believe that it could have been made a lot more error-free and easier. Here are my complaints:
*There were a ton of errors in the practice problems (both in the questions and the accepted answers).
*Some questions (both in the practice problems and on quizzes) required outside knowledge (other than basic calculus physics, which are supposed to be the only prerequisites).
*Some of the subjects covered need more explanation than what is given in the limited lessons.
Overall, I would not recommend this course to anyone without basic circuit analysis experience and the ability to spend extra time researching to fill in the gaps left by the lessons. I'm sure that there are better courses for beginners (e.x. maybe MIT OpenCourseWare).