ENG181s16: End of Semester Survey
There's an official Emory evaluation form, which you will also fill out for the class. The Writing Program has 2 questions they would also like to ask all students in ENG101 classes this semester, which are the first 2 questions below. I will pass along aggregate data of your response to those two questions to the program, but the rest of your answers to these questions will only be seen by me and will remain anonymous.
Student Learning Objectives
1. I feel more confident in my ability to organize my writing in order to communicate my ideas to an audience.
No change
Very much so
2. I am more informed about the accepted and ethical ways to integrate other texts into my own work than I was at the beginning of the semester.
No change
Very much so
3. I am more reflective about my own writing and thinking processes that I was at the beginning of the semester. I have gained experiences in new methods or strategies for brainstorming/research, drafting, revision, editing, and reflection.
No change
Very much so
4. I feel more comfortable critiquing my own work and responding to other students' ideas in constructive ways than I was at the start of the semester.
No change
Very much so
Domain
There's a separate end of semester survey that for the Domain program, so please respond to that one. I want to gauge your feelings about working with Domain for my own purposes here.
5. Do you feel that you have a better sense of how to write for the web and work in online environments than you did at the start of the semester?
No.
Yes, absolutely.
6. Recognizing that learning to publish your work to the web had its own learning curve and might have presented some frustrations but also hopefully some opportunities for you, on the whole do you feel that Domain has been an effective educational tool for you this semester?
No, it's been a waste of time.
Yes, it has been extremely valuable.
Class Feedback
7. Which game(s) did you think were most interesting/useful for you this semester?
Your answer
8. Did you find the podcast assignment to be a useful and/or engaging one? Why or why not?
Your answer
9. What do you think is the most valuable lesson, practice, piece of advice, or set of ideas you gotten from this course?
Your answer
10. Any other comments about the course this semester you would like to offer?
Your answer
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