1 de abr de 2016
An excellent introduction to the sometimes overlooked marine predators that lived alongside the dinosaurs! A lot of detail is presented here, so be prepared to act like a sponge and soak it all up.
22 de abr de 2020
I really enjoyed the course & finding out about the creatures that have fascinated me for years. The course was very well structured in logical sections that enabled me to study when I wanted.
por Hello H a y•
31 de jan de 2021
It was fun an informative. I got lost with all the various big names quite often but it just means I'll want to take it again.
por Preslee C•
29 de abr de 2020
This is a very detailed class that I really enjoyed! You'll be amazed by how much you'll learn and how much details they give!
por Manuel J L M•
30 de abr de 2017
Excellent course of current knowledge of Marine reptiles from Mesozoic age. Thanks for accept me as free student, best wishes.
por Alexandra G•
22 de abr de 2018
Great courses, the note are really well done and the teacher is passionnate by the subject. Very interesting, I learnt a lot.
por Mick T•
14 de abr de 2020
Excellent! I live near the North Sulphur River and hunt for fossils as often as I can. This class was very helpful for me!
por Gerald V•
22 de mai de 2016
superb presentations following the three major divisions of marine reptiles from their origins to their eventual extinctions
por Bronwyn B C•
13 de jun de 2020
This was a very excellent course as I want to learn more about animals in preparation the study as a veterinary technician.
por Brian K•
10 de out de 2020
This is a fabulous course! Wonderful text, educational videos and a highly enthusiastic instructor. Highly recommended.
por Skyla C•
13 de fev de 2017
I love this course! I have learned so much, and the quizzes are so nice and short. They don't give me time to stress!!!
por Steve M•
18 de mai de 2016
Another excellent course from the University of Alberta. A real privilege to have the opportunity to learn in this way.
por Barrie M•
9 de out de 2016
No frills honest conjecture. Presentation material ocassionally looses to the tech but great with a chance of hiccups.
por Christine S•
7 de abr de 2020
Great lecturer and course material. Never thought I'd even be able to say Ichthyopterygian, much less pass with 100%.
por Fernando R E•
21 de jul de 2016
Fantastic! I would love some more of this teaching approach on other animals groups! i.e. Pterosaurs, whales, etc.
por Valerie E L•
12 de mar de 2020
This course was thorough and easy to follow, with great resources to use and interactive sessions during lessons!
por EhhYouFaka 2•
31 de out de 2019
i loved every bit of this course. it was great to learn and awesome to find out what was living before us humans.
por Randy C•
17 de mai de 2016
Excellent presentation of the information. I definitely have a much greater appreciation of these marine reptiles
por Aiden c•
4 de jan de 2018
Amazing course, presenter really keeps your attention, it feels very supportive as you complete the course
por Hector R R R•
18 de jun de 2020
Esta muy bueno y asequible el curso, si algunos detalles en la traducción, pero por lo general exelente.
por Duncan S•
14 de ago de 2019
this course was very fun and engaging. I learned a lot and will defiantly recommend it to other people.
por Theresa W•
22 de set de 2017
Awesome! I truly enjoyed this MOOC - I never was really into paleontology but now I want to learn more.
por winston m•
26 de mar de 2016
very well organised and stimulatingly presented .a whole new world is unfolded for the student.
por T W•
27 de fev de 2020
Fascinating topic and very well presented. I learned a huge amount about these fascinating creatures.
por Sandra R S•
20 de jul de 2021
Very well organized and presented review of evolution of Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous sea life.
por Arunan S•
31 de mar de 2020
Very nice course gave a general understanding on the 4 categories of marine reptiles in paleantology
por Suzan H•
14 de mar de 2016
Very nice course. Well prepared and a lot of information to keep the interest alive in Paleontology.