The six lessons for Class 3 are now available on the course website:
After this week there are 2 weeks to go (classes 4 and 5).
It's good to see so many people having fun with the course! A few errors in Class 2 Activity answers have been reported, and corrected in the MOOC.
The mid-course assessment is now available. Do it when you have finished Class 2 (although it will remain open for the rest of the course). The final assessment will appear during week 5.
My goal is to enable you to learn as much as possible from this course, and I recognize that doing the assessments may not be a priority for you. However, our ability to mount follow-up MOOCs will depend on the success of this one as perceived by my University -- and the number of people who complete it successfully will be a key metric. Thus I urge you to do the assessments for my sake, if not your own :-)
We will soon put out a short (optional) video to discuss a few interesting issues that have arisen in Class 2.
cheers, and keep going! Weeks 3 and 4 are the central part of this course.