Some users report that lectures are slower or longer than they would prefer.
Instructors come from various reputable sources, such as Harvard University or the University of Pennsylvania. Video lectures come with transcripts for individuals who prefer to learn visually. Each syllabus is broken up into digestible yet informative sections that users can learn at their own pace. Professional certificates are available at the end of the course.
Taking the course for free will limit some modules and the certificate.
Provides courses from reputable universities, such as John Hopkins and Duke University. Specializations allow students to take a hands-on approach by completing a project for the certificate. Quizzes are graded and include feedback on how to improve. Option to apply for financial aid for those who cannot afford the fee.
Might not be suitable for those who already have a base understanding of the language. Ideal for beginners.
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