Intensive Course evaluation questionnaire: Copenhagen 2019
The purpose of this questionnaire is to collect and analyse participants' opinions on quality of the Intensive Course (IC) which was held in Copenhagen in April 2019, as part of the CRETE EU-funded project. Your feedback is both important and confidential, and will allow the continual improvement of forthcoming Intensive Courses.

For inquiries please email Konstantinos Petridis <c.petridischania@gmail.com>

The content of this survey does not reflect the official opinion of the European Union. Responsibility for the information and views expressed lies entirely with the author(s)
The activity is part of the CRETE project which is funded with the support of the European Union
First Name *
Your answer
Last Name *
Your answer
Study Level *
Name of University *
Please describe your motivation for attending the course
Your answer
Please provide up to 3 expectations/objectives you had prior to attending the course and many activities socializing people from different countries
Your answer
Were your expectations met? Please choose the most appropriate, on a scale of 1 to 4 (1 expectations not met/ 2 expectations barely met/ 3 expectations partially met/ 4 expectations fully met
1: expectations not met
4 expectations fully met
Can you please assess quality of each module?
Poor
barely good
Good
Outstanding
Introduction to Robotics
Programming for Robotics
Artificial Intelligence
roject-Oriented Problem-Based Learning Model (Mrs Triantafyllou)
the AAU Research Academy
How to write, present and present your work (Mr. Petridis)
Graphene & 2D Materials (Mr. Babinski)
Graphene Based Solar Cells (Mr. Petridis)
Quantum Computing (Mr. Dragan)
Teaching with project based learning: The Aalborg Model (Ms Triantafyllou)
Scientific Writing Principles (Mrs Zourou)
Open Science & Why Should you care? (Mr. Grigorov)
How reproducible is your Research? (Mr. Grigorov)
Research Papers vs Research ‘Outputs’:Why if you could publish just three papers? (Mr. Grigorov)
Entrepreneurship (Mr. Tavio)
Project management (Mr. Tavio)
Internet of Things (Mrs Degreef)
How IoT introduces vulnerabilities in your network (Mrs Degreef)
Demonstration of a sensor network to measure, exchange and store measurement data (Mr. Verbruggen)
Principles of Blended Teaching (Mr. Almeida)
Lab Tour within AAU: Multi – Sensory Experience Lab, Light Lab, Augmented Cognition Lab
Please assess the usefulness of the materials
Not relevant
Somehow relevant
Relevant
Hand-outs
Digital materials
Relevance and content
1 (STRONGLY DISAGREE) UP TO 4 (STRONGLY AGREE)
1
2
3
4
The Intensive Course was relevant to my work or studies
The Intensive Course met its objectives
The Intensive Course’s workload was adequate
Process, presentation and teaching staff
1 (STRONGLY DISAGREE) UP TO 4 (STRONGLY AGREE)
1
2
3
4
The pace was about right
The Intensive Course was well delivered
The content of modules was sufficient and up-to-date
Teaching staff were proficient and approachable
There was adequate time for questions from participants
Administration and venue
1 (STRONGLY DISAGREE) UP TO 4 (STRONGLY AGREE)
1
2
3
4
The pace was about right
Pre-event administration was good
The venue was of an acceptable standard
Catering arrangements were suitable
Venue staff were professional and helpful (if appropriate)
Queries were dealt with efficiently
Further comments or suggestions
Your answer
Thank you for comments
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