Initial BIOINF525 Questionnaire
Please take a minute to complete this initial BIOINF524/525 Winter 2017 course questionnaire.
Your careful response will help me tailor lecture and lab material and have a real impact on how courses like this are run in the future. Thank you!
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What is your UM uniquename/email address?
Are you officially registered for this course
What is your home department?
Do you have any prior experience with Bioinformatics?
Either in a classroom or research setting
Have you previously attended a formal Bioinformatics class?
How would you rate your knowledge of bioinformatics?
Little to no knowledge would score zero whilst a daily user would score 4.
Pick the statement that best describes your learning intentions for the course:
I intend to learn about all of the topics
I intend to learn about some of the topics and I know which ones
I intend to learn about some of the topics but I don't know which ones
I am not sure
Do you currently have research projects that could benefit from the application of improved bioinformatics and statistical analysis?
Why did you enroll in this course?
Please select all that apply
A perquisite for my training grant or program
General interest in topic
Relevant to current research
Relevant to degree program
For fun and challenge
Take with colleagues/friends
To improve my computational and/or statistical analysis skills
For personal growth and enrichment
Earn credits/statement of accomplishment
My PI/Advisor 'suggested' I attend
If you are on a training grant or program, please give its name below
Are you a current NIH K-awardee?
Mentored Research Scientist Development Award
Have you ever taken an online course such as those offered by coursera?
How did you hear about this course?
Recommended by mentor/advisor
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