Week 1 – Wise words, and a quick survey #mooc #mmooc #seq17jun13

Seq17Jun13: Mailed 20 June 13.

Hey Mechanical MOOCers,

We hope you’re enjoying week one of the course. Two things as you work your way though the initial tasks:

Thing one.

We can guarantee that learning Python will be equal parts exhilaration and exasperation, and we hope you’ll embrace both as a natural part of the learning process. When you hit the rough parts, we encourage you to read this post by Claudia Scholz, Mech MOOC sequence 1 participant and blogger extraordinaire. Wise words for aspiring programmers.

Thing two.

Please take five minutes to complete our start of course survey, so we can learn more about who is participating in the course. You can access the survey here: (link omitted – email MOOC-e@p2pu.org if you are a participant needing to complete survey)

Thanks, and much happy MOOCing.

–MM

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The Mechanical MOOC’s A Gentle Introduction to Python is a collaboration between Peer 2 Peer University, MIT OpenCourseWare, OpenStudy, and Codecademy. For this course, Peer 2 Peer University has developed an email scheduler that coordinates student activity across the participating sites to facilitate collaborative learning. This email was generated by the scheduler. A full archive of emails for this course sequence is available here. For more information, please visit http://mechanicalmooc.org. For questions regarding the logistics of the course, please e-mail mooc-e@p2pu.org.

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