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Scientific visualization 2018 

Course evaluation


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  1. Did you perceive this course as easy or difficult?
  2. Very easy.Easy.Medium.Quite difficult.Very difficult.


  3. My prior knowledge about the topic before the course started was sufficient.
  4. AgreeMostlyNot sure.Do not agree.
    If not yes, feel free to specify topic/problem.


  5. What I have learned in this course will be useful for my research.
  6. AgreeMostlyNot sure.Do not agree.
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  7. Did this course cover material which you had already encountered in other courses?
  8. YesYes, minor overlapNo, nothing substantial
    If yes, feel free to specify course/material


  9. How much did you learn from the preparation week?
  10. Very much.Quite a lot.Neutral / satisfactory.Very little.Nothing.
    Further comments about the preparation week, e.g., things that can be improved the next time it is given:


  11. How much did you learn from the lecture week?
  12. Very much.Quite a lot.Neutral / satisfactory.Very little.Nothing.
    Further comments about the lecture week, e.g., things that can be improved the next time it is given:


  13. How much did you learn from the study week after the course?
  14. Very much.Quite a lot.Neutral / satisfactory.Very little.Nothing.
    Further comments about the study week after the course, e.g., things that can be improved the next time it is given:


  15. In this course I had the possibility to interact with PhD students from other fields and places.
  16. AgreeMostlyNot sure.Do not agree.
    Comments:


  17. Have you found a particular topic or method more interesting/fascinating than the other? Feel free to also specify reason.

  18. Do you think any topic in the course is missing? Or, what topic in the course, or related to the course, would you have liked to learn more about?

  19. Message to students next year: In this box you have the possibility to give information to students taking this course next year. Is there anything that requires unexpected efforts? What is important/difficult? What information would you have liked to be given in before the course started in order to help you learn the material? A selection of the comments here can be communicated when in the beginning of the course next time it is given.

  20. Further comments in order to improve the course (preferably constructive comments):

  21. Suggestions for material/course that you would find useful for your PhD studies but cannot be found in the SeSE curriculum: Comments here are very valuable for the organization of SeSE. The suggestions you specify here will be used in the discussion and planning for future SeSE courses.