Seq26Nov12: Mailed 21 January 2013.
This is it. The final week’s assignments. We hope that you’ve learned some Python, made some friends and enjoyed this experiment in a new model for learning. We’ll be asking you later in the week for more feedback about your experience with the Mechanical MOOC, but first, the final assignment:
- Codecademy: Units 12 – File Input and Output <http://www.codecademy.com/tracks/python>
- 6.189 Final Project – Tetris! <http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/6-189-a-gentle-introduction-t…>
That’s it. When you’ve done that, you’re done. But fear not–we’re not going anywhere, so neither should you. If you are running behind a little, take your time. If you are done, feel free to hang with us on OpenStudy and continue to help out other learners. And if you have thoughts about other Mechanical MOOC courses we might offer, let us know.
Thanks for joining us for this leap into a new world of learning.
–The Mechanical MOOC
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