Summer Follow-Up Form
The follow-up form is key to steadily improving the experience for both participants and leaders.
Please select your course from the list. Alphabetized by the study leader's last name. If there were multiple sections of your course, please be sure you are selecting the appropriate section!
Brian Beaty - Dartmouth College Campus Tree Tour (Fridays)
Brian Beaty - Dartmouth College Campus Tree Tour (Thursdays)
Peter Blodgett - Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps That Explain Everything About the World
James Brown - Where the Rubber Meets the Road – A Practitioner’s View of International Development Assistance
Jonathan Crewe - The Sonnet Tradition
Rai d’Honoré - Debunking the Dark Myth about The Dark Ages
Ford Daley & Julia Labier - John Prine: America’s Unsung Troubadour
Christine Dyke - Parables: From That Story to My Story
Mary Gerakaris - Improving Your Photographs: Going Beyond “Automatic” on Your Camera
Evans Haile - Raising the Curtain! Backstage and Onstage with Opera North, Where Musical Theatre Sings!
Joanna Henderson - Hamilton: Two Men and a Musical
Gene Lariviere - Orphan Trains and Other Child Migrations
Vincent Marzello - Learn to Juggle!
Nora Miller & Dick Tracy - Duplicate Bridge for Beginners
Valerie Miller - International Women’s Rights: A Second Summer Film Festival
Beth Perera - Food IS Medicine: The Power of Food for Preventing and Healing Chronic Disease
Stephanie Reininger - Watercolor Weekend
John Sanders - Hot and Cold Smoked Salmon Prepared at Home
Meg Schmidt - Summertime Book Group: Exploring Four Little, But Mighty, Works of Fiction
Alice Schori & Don Lubin - Ferns and Fern Allies
Ann Semprebon - Painting Flowers in Watercolor
Betsy Vickers - Words and Pictures
Daly Walker - Fiction Writer’s Workshop
Bonna Wieler - Beginner Kayaking and Watershed Awareness
Bonna Wieler - Intermediate Kayaking and Watershed
1. How many of the sessions did you attend?
If there were six sessions, for instance, and you attended all of them, write your answer as 6/6.
2. Your Overall Experience
With the Course Catalog description in mind, write a few words about how this class turned out or did not turn out to be what you expected. Please be specific. Do you think this course should be offered again?
3. Positive Aspects
From your experience, please write a few sentences about what worked well in this course. Be specific, where applicable, about presentation, discussion, organization, use of technology, etc.
4. Possible Areas for Improvement
Please supply any suggestions you have to make a class like this better for you as a participant. Feel free to be subjective, as people learn differently, but please be specific.
5. New Study Leader Suggestion
Know anyone you think would make a great study leader? Add their name here, along with the topic you have in mind.
6. New Leader Phone Number
Include area code and extension, if applicable.
7. New Leader E-mail
8. Suggestions for New Courses
Is there a subject you've always wanted to explore? A class you'd like to repeat? Here's your chance to help shape our future course offerings!
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