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- A course instructor to oversee your progress and provide help when you need it
- Videos, animations, and written explanations to convey key concepts
- Interactive materials with live questions to improve your understanding
- An integrated, web-based programming environment for immediate access to the Python interpreter; no downloads required
- A Capstone coding project that will give you experience with a real-world application that you can share with potential employers
- A class community forum through Piazza to receive real-time help from peers and the instructor
- Study on your own schedule during the ten week course, (expect to spend about 6-9 hours per week on practice materials and assignments)
- A Certificate of Completion at the end of ten weeks
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What are students saying about Python, by zyBooks?
“I must admit, I didn’t know what to expect, coming into the Python 3 course. I was worried that I might not know enough to do it. Those fears were put to rest as soon as I started the first chapter. You are eased into the basics and the instructors are always available if you need help. All in all, it has been a very enjoyable course, and runs at a pace where you don’t feel as though you are being pushed through it too fast.”
– Paul Cleworth, student
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– Jennifer Wei, software engineer
“I’d recommend the Zybooks Python 3 course wholeheartedly because as a student who is relatively new to programming and coding it included just the right mixture of instruction, repetition, and applied problem solving – all within an interactive learning environment that I was excited to return to week after week!”
– Neale Batra, epidemiologist
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