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Haberland was pretty good. He genuinely seems like he cares about student learning.
You have to do reading and take a online quiz before each class (really easy, not too time consuming), but that genuinely helped me keep up with the class. Average of 2-3 online quizzes per week, usually with 2-4 attempts allowed. There are also pop quizzes in discussion, which wasn't all that bad ( but that also means you have to go to discussions) Depending on the TA, the discussions really did complement the lecture. Basically he ensures you keep up with lectures, so no one falls behind.
He has slides, so that helps. His lecture is someone disorganized some times, but usually it's not that bad.
The exams were pretty easy, its open notes. The first exam was on the computer, which was not bad( s long as the code does what the problem asks for, you get 100%) The 2nd midterm and final were harder and by hand, but they were not necessarily super hard, maybe a little tricky.
Basically, Haberland is bae and I recommend his class!!!
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