Thank you for offering this course (The Sustainable Development Goals-A global transdisciplinary vision for the future). I have passed it but I am not sure how can i get the certificate at this stage.
I loved it, ver interesting and relevant information to the situation we face nowadays! Everyone should take this course to understand that we must evolve as a society to have a better world for all.
by Lance S•
I already knew a great deal of the subject, primarily because I used Lester Brown's book, Plan B as a text for a sustainability sociology course I taught a few years ago. This course primarily focused on the international efforts to deal with climate change. I enjoyed it.
Steven L. Stoll, American Expat living in Thailand
by Renée B•
Incomplete and a bit one-sided. EKC has counter outcomes that are not shared in the course. The decisionmaking of the indicators, as well as measurement methods, are not discussed, which are in my eyes crucial as it cofounds the accountability hierarchy and regulatory governance within the framework.
by Dana C•
Sometimes dry in the approach, though the information always seemed relevant. I was never able to enter the discussion forums. It would either continue to load, but never load. Or, I would receive and error message.
by Sean F•
I think the style "interviewing experts" and making us listen to it is not really efficient. For me, and this is just my opinion, interview experts, then summarize it. And finally teach it.
by Drin F•
The discussions in the video were really nice but a bit lengthy - could divide them for better learning. I finished the course but i can't afford the certificate
by Claudia G•
TIene una muy poca representación femenina, y teniendo el cuenta que el curso habla de los ODS, deja de lado el ODS número 5, que promueve la equidad de género
by Sanja J•
good introduction; strong focus on environment; would love to have the transcript for download or at least the copy paste function working.
by Sathyajith M 1•
An interesting introduction to sustainable development in terms of both social and environmental sustainability.
by Sultan M S S•
It would be better to have more insights about the relation of education and health with SDGs
by Rohini D h•
A short yet useful glimpse into the nuances of the SDGs
by Dave D v•
Good intro to the SDGS
by SREEGA S•
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by Arthurlina C•
i cannot continue course with some items blocked
by Madina K•
The topic of the course is crucial and very interesting, however, the Professor way of teaching and representing the materials of the course is boring, not inspiring and creative, I find it a bit outdated.
by Ishay C•
I was sure I could use this for academy credit. I feel cheated :-(.
I guess i learned a valuable lesson, read the fine print.
BTW the etymology reading was terrible.
by Shivam k•
I'd joined free course.
But I've not got my Certificate after completion tha course.
by Cinil M J•
I can't achive a certificate 😢