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Founded by Harvard University and MIT in 2012, edX is an online learning destination and MOOC provider, offering high-quality courses from the world’s best universities and institutions to learners everywhere.

With more than 90 global partners, they are proud to count the world’s leading universities, nonprofits, and institutions as their members. EdX university members top the QS World University Rankings® with their founders receiving the top honors, and edX partner institutions ranking highly on the full list.

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Opinions (263)

Introduction to jQuery - Microsoft

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Anthony Borla
01/11/2017
What I would highlight A testing, nicely conveyed course that expect a strong learning of HTML and javascript, to give an extensive diagram of jQuery, and a working comprehension of key ideas like DOM control, nonconcurrent operation, and Ajax. Things especially deserving of note: 1) Key ideas were completely and obviously clarified. 2) Labs were testing; neither one of the tokens works out, nor overpowering. Truly suggested.

What could be improved Nothing.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

China (Part 7): Invasions, Rebellions and the Fall of Imperial China - Harvard University

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Paul Hundal
01/11/2017
What I would highlight This Part bargains predominately with the eighteenth and nineteenth century when the world was changing quickly through industrialization, innovative progressions and quickly propelling military desires. It turns out to be all the more obvious that this course truly needs to skim the surface which it does well yet sadly a lot more could be said and instructed in regards to this period that it appears to be deficient to address such a large number of key occasions in China's history so delicately.

What could be improved No negative aspects.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Fundamentals of Neuroscience Part 1: Electrical Properties of the Neuron - Harvard University

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Dom Myers
01/11/2017
What I would highlight The course is especially well instructed and covers a lot of data. Parts 1 and 2 make utilization of extraordinary activities to clarify complex thoughts in a way that even somebody with no experience can comprehend and before the finish of it you shock yourself with the amount you have learned. I unequivocally suggest perusing the supplement material with each class as when I attempted to skip it I discovered a portion of the ideas difficult to handle.

What could be improved N/A.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Introduction to jQuery - Microsoft

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Ex-student
01/10/2017
What I would highlight Magnificent course. Fascinating educator, a reasonable presentation of the material, an unmistakable work of the basics. Labs to some degree troublesome, yet it is significantly all the more intriguing.

What could be improved Nothing.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

China (Part 6): The Manchus and the Qing Dynasty - Harvard University

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Ex-student
01/10/2017
What I would highlight An awesome progress of the previous giand existing apart from everything else .If China is the future nobody could comprehend her without the past. Pioneer educators Bol and Kirby joined by the extremely enthusiastic ChinaX group open the privileged insights of China with honest goodness soul of showing transmitting risky floods of energy to the understudies.

What could be improved Nothing bad.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics, Part B: Quantum Transport - Purdue University

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Ex-student
01/10/2017
What I would highlight I am an analyst in microelectronics fabrication with interests in atomic and organic electronics. This course is a phenomenal prologue to nano transport. The key focuses are (a) Prof Datta is a magnificent educator. (b) The formalism is sufficiently improved to transmit the message. (c) I exceptionally enjoyed the unmistakable presentation of the ballistic model, the connection to thermodynamics and the presentation of the MOS transistor. In general, superb course, I am looking forward to section 2.

What could be improved No negative aspects.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Introduction to jQuery - Microsoft

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Craig Jones
01/09/2017
What I would highlight This course gives an exhaustive prologue to jQuery, and packs a decent piece of learning and pragmatic work into a brief timeframe. Christopher Harrison is a great teacher - clear, succinct, and correct in his dialect. I took in a decent matter from assessing other understudy's answers.

What could be improved Everything was positive.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

China (Part 6): The Manchus and the Qing Dynasty - Harvard University

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Ann Schmidt
01/09/2017
What I would highlight Continuation of the China X arrangement from Harvard. Intriguing material exhibited well. Numerous actualities, diagrams, graphs, photographs, and so forth to help the understudy learn. When you take one portion of the China X arrangement, you are snared for every one of them.

What could be improved Everything OK.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Fundamentals of Nanoelectronics, Part B: Quantum Transport - Purdue University

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Mr. Astor
01/09/2017
What I would highlight Prof Datta is the perfect I have seen. He covers the basics of Solid State, and displays his (genuine) 'NEW PERSPECTIVE." He interfaces with a Global Audience extremely nicely, suited for instructing understudies the world over. His Lessons are careful, nicely composed, and Exams are intense. He gives a full Buffet of new thoughts, and an audit of Classic Physics (Electronics).

What could be improved Nothing bad.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Introduction to jQuery - Microsoft

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Oleg Burov
01/08/2017
What I would highlight In the event that you have to rapidly increase your knowledge on jQuery, take this course. It will walk you through to help seeing how to do straightforward things. The teacher is awesome. I wish there would be more subject matter.

What could be improved Nothing.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

China (Part 6): The Manchus and the Qing Dynasty - Harvard University

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Paul Hundal
01/08/2017
What I would highlight I truly appreciated this Part. There is so much I have found out about Chinese history that was never instructed in Western schools. This Part covers an extremely fascinating timeframe and a key part of the development of China. I anticipate Part 7.

What could be improved Nothing.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Fun with Prime Numbers: The Mysterious World of Mathematics - Kyoto University

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PS Longia
01/08/2017
What I would highlight Course substance and teachers are amazing. EDX is conducting an extraordinary task with regards to the field of training. Keep up the good work.

What could be improved Everything OK.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Introduction to Java Programming – Part 2 - Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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Vignesh Rajendiran
01/07/2017
What I would highlight It would be ideal if you give this as a self-managed course. it would be exceptionally useful The initial segment of this course is self-guided and at times i would backpedal to allude that and it ought to be made conceivable with this moreover.

What could be improved N/A.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

China (Part 6): The Manchus and the Qing Dynasty - Harvard University

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Jolin Deng
01/07/2017
What I would highlight I truly like Chinese history and I can gain more from this part.I am from China,so I look forward more part.Chinese history is extremely intriguing and long,so I need more individuals can listen this part,can take in more about Chinese long history.

What could be improved Nothing.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Fun with Prime Numbers: The Mysterious World of Mathematics - Kyoto University

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Ex-student
01/07/2017
What I would highlight Reasonably alright.

What could be improved No negative aspects.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Forests and Livelihoods in Developing Countries - University of British Columbia

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UBAYEDUL HAQUE
01/07/2017
What I would highlight Forest managemet certificate courese in corespondent/distance .

What could be improved Same as above

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Introduction to Java Programming – Part 2 - Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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Harish Srinivasan
01/06/2017
What I would highlight I am particularly intrigued by taking this course. Be that as it may, section 2 has its enlistment ceased. It would mean alot to me in the event that somebody could educate me about when it will be open. Email : harishs98@gmail.com

What could be improved No negative aspects.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

China (Part 5): From a Global Empire under the Mongols to a Global Economy under the Ming Dynasty - Harvard University

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Yang Yong
01/06/2017
What I would highlight This course is exceptionally intriguing,and I like it extremely,I like the technique that the educator taught. This course gave me another view on the Chinese history.

What could be improved Everything was positive.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Fun with Prime Numbers: The Mysterious World of Mathematics - Kyoto University

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Ex-student
01/06/2017
What I would highlight This course can be taken serenely in 4 evenings or nighttimes with a 2 hours exertion each . It was decent to have the points which the course secured displayed to me , yet i do not think the course substance was constantly certain or appropriate for somebody without scientific foundation while the course presumably goes for this gathering of people. With a slight modification this course could turn into an exceptionally decent involvement in future .

What could be improved Nothing bad.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Introduction to Java Programming – Part 2 - Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

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student
01/05/2017
What I would highlight Another awesome Java course by HKUST. Its unrealistic to cover the greater part of the ideas in detail in only 5 weeks, however it certainly sets a decent establishment.

What could be improved Nothing bad.

Would you recommend this course? Yes.
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)