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Category Archives: Feedback/Reviews

Feedback for Do-It-Yourself Usability Testing, June 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed June 2014 session of Do-It-Yourself Usability Testing, taught by Rebecca Blakiston. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for The Mechanics of Metadata, June 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed June 2014 session of The Mechanics of Metadata, taught by Grace Agnew. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Ontologies and Linked Data, June 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed June 2014 session of Ontologies and Linked Data, taught by Robert Chavez. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Information Literacy, Composition Studies and Higher Order Thinking, May-June 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed May 2014 session of Information Literacy, Composition Studies and Higher Order Thinking, taught by Andrea Baer. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Describing Photographs for the Online Catalog, May 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed May 2014 session of Describing Photographs for the Online Catalog, taught by Beth Knazook. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for RDFa1.1 and RSS, May 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed May 2014 session of RDFa1.1 (RDFa and RDFa Lite) and RSS, taught by Robert Chavez. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Assessing and Improving Your Library’s Social Media Presence, May 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed May 2014 session of Assessing and Improving Your Library’s Social Media Presence, taught by Julia Skinner. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Getting More Active Learning Into Your Teaching, May 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed May 2014 session of Getting More Active Learning Into Your Teaching, taught by Andrew Walsh. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Bilingual Storytime at Your Biblioteca, May 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed May 2014 session of Bilingual Storytime at Your Biblioteca, taught by Katie Scherrer. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Introduction to Drupal for Libraries, May 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed May 2014 session of Introduction to Drupal for Libraries, taught by Cody Hennesy. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Universal Design, April 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed April 2014 session of Universal Design, taught by Sonali Mishra and Carolyn Ellis. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Embedded Librarianship in Online Courses, April 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed April 2014 session of Embedded Librarianship in Online Courses, taught by Mimi O’Malley. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Grant Proposal Development for Libraries, April 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed April 2014 session of Grant Proposal Development for Libraries, taught by Grace Agnew. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Marketing the Library in the 21st Century, April 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed April 2014 session of Marketing the Library in the 21st Century, taught by Debra Lucas-Alfieri. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!

Feedback for Introduction to Project Management, April 2014 session

We would like students to leave their public feedback, or reviews, for the now completed April 2014 session of Introduction to Project Management, taught by Robin Hastings. Participants’ feedback will help us know how we can improve, and also to give others a sense of what our classes are like. Thanks!