此课程适用人群: This MOOC is intended for a broad worldwide audience and for individuals with a passion for the outdoors. While we believe everyone will enjoy this course, Mountains 101 has particular appeal for adult learners, post-secondary institutions and researchers, and mountain studies and educational tourism professionals.


制作方:   University of Alberta

  • Zac Robinson

    教学方:    Zac Robinson, Assistant Professor

    Physical Education & Recreation

  • David Hik

    教学方:    David Hik, Professor

    Biological Sciences
Commitment12 weeks of study, 3 - 5 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.8 stars
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University of Alberta
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已评分 4.8,总共 5 个 101 评分

The course does an excellent job of providing a basic understanding of the multi-disciplinary facets of mountains with enough detail to display their complexity and awesomeness, but not so much that you lose sight of the draw of the mountains which brought you to the course in the first place. The visuals in the videos are appropriate and wonderful; while many of the locations are recognizable to those familiar particularly with the Rocky Mountains, it would have been an extra bonus if the locations of the background shots could have been referenced.

Excellent course, very interesting material and great presentation - love the tech-tips.

Excellent course! Enjoyed it immensely and learned a lot! It was great to visit other mountain places around the world that I'll never see as well it was equally fantastic to see and learn about the mountains around my home. I had no idea about the Banff snail. I understand better the chinook systems that brighten my winter days. I am thrilled to see the return of the bison and saddened by the expedited loss of our glaciers. I loved the history, the poems and the pictures! You guys were great at explaining and showcasing, in understandable terms, some of the most majestic of earths creations as well as underlining the importance of stewardship and protection. Kudos to the University of Alberta for, as always, producing top notch research! Proud to be an Albertan! Thank you! :D

Great course. Very informative and entertaining.