Created by:  University of Toronto

  • Jennifer Campbell

    Taught by:  Jennifer Campbell, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream

    Department of Computer Science

  • Paul Gries

    Taught by:  Paul Gries, Associate Professor, Teaching Stream

    Department of Computer Science
Language
English
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4.5 stars
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Coursework
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Each course is like an interactive textbook, featuring pre-recorded videos, quizzes and projects.

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University of Toronto
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 of 81 ratings

Overall it is a very great course. The material is well-structured and worth to learn.

This course worth 4 stars but not 5 because the instructors seldom answer questions in the forum. Fellow students need to help each other and sometimes there is no help from everyone.

The best thing about this course is that it was meant for you to struggle and figure out how to solve your problems. It makes you think rather than memorize, which I appreciate 100%. The only thing I would possibly modify would be that if you do get marked off for a submission, give feedback to why that was incorrect. Not to give away the answer, but to have the learner understand WHY they were marked off.

Other than that, this course was very valuable into making me a better programmer. THANK YOU!

Very nice course and instructors!!! I greatly recommend!!!

Good intro course - if the lectures are a little slow you can watch them in 1.5 - 2x speed. Recommend coding examples during lectures to go to give more exposure to the concept since there is only one coding assignment.