Feedback Survey for NETS 213 - Spring 2019
Did you enjoy the class?
Would you like to be a TA the next time I teach the course? (probably in Spring 2021)
If so, please provide your contact info:
Your answer
What is your major?
Would you recommend the class to people in your major?
Would you recommend the class to people in other majors?
Which other majors?
Your answer
How did you discover this class?
Which of the following courses (if any) had you taken prior to this course?
What did you think about the level of difficulty of the programing assignments?
Did you do the programming assignments with a partner when it was allowed?
Did working with a partner improve your learning experience?
Would you have been able to complete the assignments on your own without a partner?
Where there any instances where you or your partner did not contribute any effort to a joint assignment?
Please give your feedback on these topics
Drop this topic next year
Needs substantial improvement
Fine as is
One of my favorite topics
Crowdsourcing platforms like MTurk and CrowdFlower
Taxonomy of crowdsourcing and human computation
Machine Learning and computer vision
Programming concepts for human computation
Iterative and Parallel Processing
Crowdsourcing and human computer interaction (HCI) design
Quality Control
Crowdsourcing Translation
Crowdsourcing for Automatic Speech Recognition
A/B Testing
Prediction Markets
Expert Crowds
What data can tell us about sex and relationships
Are there any topics that I didn't cover that you would like to see added?
Your answer
Do you have any other general / specific feedback about the HW assignments?
Your answer
Did you like the fact that the class featured guest lectures from experts in the field
Which guest lecturers should we invite back next year?
Leave a line blank if you skipped the lecture
N/A didn't attend
Don't invite back
Maybe invite back
Definitely invite back
Mohan Gupta (Dataturks)
Ting-Hao "Kenneth" Huang (Crowd-Powered Conversational Assistants)
Matt Killingsworth (Understanding Human Happiness)
John McCoy (Extracting More Wisdom from the Crowd)
Mary L. Gray (Ghost Work)
Six Silberman (Governing Crowd Work)
Julia Ticona (Digital Inequality)
Jonathan Bragg (Augmenting Human Work and Learning)
What faction of the lectures did you attend?
There were ~28 lectures in total.
If you missed 5 or more lectures, is there something that would motivate you to attend more often?
Your answer
Did you watch any of the recordings of the lectures?
Please rate the homework assignments
Leave a line blank if you skipped the assignment, or if your partner did all of the work.
Terrible, definitely replace it next year
Needs improvement
Good assignment
One of my favorites
HW1: Become A Crowd Worker
HW2: Company Profile
HW3: Python Bootcamp
HW4: Train A Classifier
HW5: Become A Requester
HW6: Replicate Science
HW7: Quality Control
HW8: Analyzing Data
HW9: Be the Crowd (for your classmates)
Final Project Part 1: Brainstorm 3 Ideas
Final Project Part 2: Select An Idea, Implement Quality Control and Aggregation Modules
Final Project Part 3: Working Prototype
Final Project Part 4: Preliminary Analysis
Do you have any feedback on the assignments?
Were there any assignments where the instructions were not clear enough? Which ones? Do you have suggestions on how to improve any of the assignments for next year?
Your answer
Did you enjoy the open-ended final project?
What should the final projects be next tim?
Did you feel the amount of time given for the final project was reasonable?
Would it be worthwhile if the professor adapted the course so that it satisfied the CIS project requirement?
How much more rigorous would the homework assignments and final projects in this class need to be in order to match the level of effort of other CIS courses that fulfill the project requirement?
Did your professor have any unconscious ticks that were distracting?
For example: talked too quietly, said um too much, shabby appearance.
Your answer
Any feedback on how the TAs could be better?
Your answer
Any feedback on how to improve the course, or how to be a better teacher?
Your answer
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