Winter 2018 Follow-Up Form
The follow-up form is key to steadily improving the experience for both participants and Study Leaders.
Please select your course from the list below alphabetized by the Study Leader's last name.
Ellen Bettmann - Racism in 2018: Why Are We Still Talking About This?
Charles Bohi - Railroading: Glory Days to Glory Days
Inge Brown - The Lost Worlds of South America
Hank Buermeyer - The Electoral College: Retain, Revise, or Repeal?
Anne Chandler - Four Horsemen - A Timely Look at the Problems Facing Our World Today and Real Solutions to Them
Bob Christie - The Emergency Room: Behind the Scenes
Jonathan Crewe - South Africa Through the Lens of Fiction: Authors, Texts, Contexts
Larry Crocker - Criminal Case Sampler
Richard Crocker - Writing a Spiritual Autobiography
Samantha Davidson Green - Cinema as Sacred Literature
Rai d'Honoré - Resistance to Tyranny
Lois Donelson - Active Aging - Tools for Evaluating and Optimizing Yourself
Jürgen Ewert - The STASI - Mass Surveillance in East Germany
Roy Finney - Quantum Mechanics – And the Remarkable Way Elementary Particles Move
Stephen Flanders - Wikipedia – A Look Under the Hood
Gigi Gallaway - Personal Energy - Everything You Need to Know
Maynard Goldman - Amnesty, Clemency, and Presidential Pardons in the Trump Era
Rosie Greenstein - (Re) Reading Jane Austen
Dave Halpert - iOS 11 and iCloud for iPads
Robert Hargraves & Meredith Angwin - Nuclear Power: For Climate and for People
Gary Johnson - Wheels Across The Great Plains
Robert Kalm - The Interactive Voice
Werner Kleinhardt - Confucius and Mencius
Lana Leggett-Kealey - DNA & Genealogy
Martha Lorden - New Deal: Square Meal
Gerald Monroe - The Global Order: America First or America Leads?
Geraldine North - Tales From Down Under
Stephanie Reininger - Transparent Watercolor - Plunge In
Ellis Rolett - Remembering World War I in Film
Annie Ross - Svaroopa® Yoga – Gentle, Deep and Profound
Alice Schori & Jim Kennedy - Winter Botany
Ann Semprebon - Art and the Garden
Jonathan Stableford - Thoreau: A Transcendental Journey
Barbara Stern - The Gilded Age
Dennis Stern - News Literacy: How to Fact-Check Today’s Media
Steve Tofel - Black Bears - Vicious Brutes, Cuddly Teddys, or Neither
Peter Travis - Icelandic Sagas
Patti Warren - Watercolor Winter in New England
Don Watson - Actor of Rare Versatility, Indeed: Alec Guinness!
Caitlyn Weiger - iPad for Beginners
Cassandra Williams - iPads for Advanced Beginners
Jed & Perry Williamson - Lessons from a Lifetime of Expeditions: Different Countries, Different Environments, and Different Cultures
Percy & Elizabeth Young - So You Want to Travel by RV?
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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