Nice course. Thanks to Professor Dr. Hossam Haick & his team for this valuable nanotechnology & nanosensors syllabus. everything was done perfect. syllabus, quiz and all. Thanks one and all. Great..
The course was very good and interesting and very much informative i like to have some more courses in terms of IOT devices, web based program development and industrial automations
Overall it was fun, interactive, knowledgeable .
par Solanki M B•
can i get certificate for complete this course ?
par Usha S K•
The course was very interesting and exciting
par kausar n m•
very nice course, easy to understand
par Manali G•
Nice course. Learnt many new things
par Mihir K S•
Nice Content and Good Instructor.
par Jorge A A L•
It is a good intermediate course
par gourav m•
good and excellent lecture.
par Priya M•
Good Opportunity to learn
par Navya M K•
its good and useful
par Chandan B•
It was really good
par ARUN S L•
very good course
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par Brad M•
The course content was adequate for the topic, unfortunately the execution was quite lacking.
Most of the video lectures were the prof reading directly from the text book. I found it easier to learn the content by reading by myself. The frequent mispronunciation of many of the words by the presenter was very distracting.
It was only the occasional embedded video that supplemented the printed material that was worth watching, and even some of that was questionable as to its merit.
I also found that some of the quiz questions were from sections of the text that were covered in subsequent videos. In addition, the wording of some of the questions made no sense. It would be a good idea to have someone familiar with this material proof read the quizzes.
[I would be happy to perform this task in return for credit to apply towards course certificates.]
It was unclear exactly how to submit the written projects. I don't think the "attached file method" was functional, and had to cut and paste the text into one of the text boxes before it would appear in the submitted content for review. (and which of the two should it go in?) The first student review that I performed was also lost so I had to do four of them before I could see my marks.
Lastly, the written projects were poorly done. The last one in particular seemed to be more of a gleaning of ideas from the students for future development by the prof. The topic was more IoT and less nanotechnology and Nano sensors. The poor execution of this course makes me re-consider taking part II, even though I am really interested in learning the material.
par Abbas A•
Watch the lectures and read the book. The book is very informative. The professor is very knowledgeable. Mots learning is done outside of course lectures. Establish group dynamics very early on. This class makes substantial use of peer-review and grading can often feel arbitrary.
par Chinmay D•
The quizzes had a few irrelevant questions along with some questions from lectures of the upcoming weeks. The pacing of the course, along with the content delivery, was a bit fast and could be improved. The videos explaining various tools and techniques were really helpful.
par Muhammad A A•
The course contents were really informative and well delivered. Maybe in the future you could add more practical examples of nanosensors and the detailed description of how each sensor works. But as for introductory level the course was really good.
par Tanushree G•
Tough the syllabus and the course material is highly up to date and informative respectively, but the professor isn't actually explaining anything or interacting at all. He does zero eye contact and is plainly reading out the slides.
The accent of the speaker is not understandable, I had to learn by the e-book provided with course in extra materials. However the was good to pursue
par Eoin P•
very good. I dont agree with the peer review system. Quizes are a better idea.
par Katarzyna S•
Videos are intresting, but the assigments were't interesting for me.