Charting satisfaction


1. The process of selecting focus topics (especially in the second term)

Useless Useful Rating
0 2 13 9 4 71

2. Reading other people's writing -- in their inksheds, comments on your or your group's work, feasibility studies, READLOGS, the books, etc.

Useless Useful Rating
0 2 4 12 12 94

3. The discipline-oriented seminar meetings

Useless Useful Rating
1 4 8 6 10 78

4. Working in focus groups

Useless Useful Rating
0 2 1.5 12.5 21 126.5

5. Having the course activities laid out in writing in the prompts

Useless Useful Rating
0 0 3 7 18 99

6. Reading in magazines and journals and writing the READLOGS

Useless Useful Rating
1 7 4 8 9 75

7. Attending occasions and participating in written discussions about them

Useless Useful Rating
2 3 8.5 5.5 10 76.5

8. Thinking about and writing colleague acknowledgements

Useless Useful Rating
6 5.5 8.5 3 5 51.5

9. Reading your colleague acknowledgements from other people

Useless Useful Rating
5 5 7 2 10 65

10. Editing and assembling the final course books

Useless Useful Rating
1 1 6.5 11.5 7 76.5

Considering that this was equivalent to three separate courses, would you rank the workload involved from 0 (very light), to 4 (far too heavy)

Useless Useful Rating
0 3 9 16.5 .5 72.5

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