RE: MOOC

Subject: RE: MOOC
From: Mike Christie <mike-christie -at- outlook -dot- com>
To: <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 19 Nov 2015 08:35:20 -0800

Hi Rebecca,

Here's what I said about Coursera in my original question:

> I have looked at a couple of specializations in HTML5/CSS3 on Coursera,
> but they assume no prior HTML knowledge and I'm afraid I would be wasting
my money (and time)
> for at least the first part of the first couple of courses in the
specialization.

I think that my next course is going to be Responsive Web Design
Fundamentals on udacity.

Thanks, everyone, for all of your helpful input.

Mike
-----Original Message-----

[RB] Have you tried Coursera?
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RE: MOOC: From: Bowes, Rebecca

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