Assessment-based Certificate: Yes. There are questions throughout that relate strongly to the material you need to know. You receive a downloadable certificate for completing the course.
Interactivity: Lots of questions that make you think about the material. All questions are multiple choice. Making people click on that is far better than nothing, but it's still not experiential learning by any stretch.
Duration: The videos are the longest part, as the questions are pretty simple (if you watch the videos), and I think most people can complete the course in less than an hour.
They could and should fix this, given the seriousness of the topic.
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Review: Great videos with multiple choice questions throughout, at appropriate times. There's no “big test” at the end, nor is there an assessment of what you knew vs what you learned during the course. The video quality is FANTASTIC! If you are trying to get people to understand there are HUMAN RIGHTS, this is the best course I've ever seen to do that.