Pretty easy, overall.
The professor is a very nice guy and takes effort to make his lessons interesting knowing that most students might find the content boring. His enjoys teaching content as a story, which aids the understanding of the logical development of events and keeps students more engaged. He also gives ample opportunities for class participation.
One can really see how technology has changed the world, opening you up to a new way of viewing the world that has hasn't been traditionally taught in school before. There is abit of a focus on the business aspect of technology and world change such as ways of organizing a company in order to promote innovation as well as types of environments that harness the most creative and innovative ideas. At the beginning of the course, the history buffs might enjoy the historical aspect of it where one would be taught how technology has developed since the ancient times. One will also be introduced to key thinkers in this area such as Schumpeter and Jared Diamond.
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His quizzes and finals are very manageable as long as you listen in class and study the slides provided. Be sure to do the practice quizzes to know what he type of questions he tests on. Class participation is easy in this class with respect to his pauses for input by students and openness to any type of ideas given by students, so don't hesitate to raise your hand up in this class.