Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I recommend this course because of how informative, interesting, and different it was from all the other courses that I have taken. Because it was taken as an online course, I mostly watched informative videos, Tedtalks, and submitted discussions based on the videos or in a chat with the rest of the class. It definitely challenges what you think you know about the subject matter and definitely increases your knowledge in it.
This course was very informative. For an online course, I was not quite sure what to expect. There were many videos I was supposed to watch every day during the length of the course, and, as course work, I submitted discussions about each one. As I watched the different videos throughout the two weeks, my knowledge on pollution, recycling, solar energy, and even the ozone layer grew immensely. I was taught very valuable things that increased what I knew about how we, as humans, are doing that is affecting the earth in a horrible way and the different outcomes we can prevent by doing the simplest of things. This course was very interesting and worth the time it took to set aside for each video.
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Advice for students:
The only advice I can think of for this course is to not, I repeat NOT, wait until the evening or nighttime to complete your tasks. The length of the videos each day are never predictable; they usually varied between 10 minutes to two hours. So manage your time wisely and remember to do your daily discussions!