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Unformatted text preview: Course Feedback Please answer each question honestly and bring to class on Monday, 3/23 (after the exam). This feedback is anonymous, although I do expect all of you to take a few minutes to do it. I don't make any guarantees based on what you write, but I do like to hear your opinions. I may make some reasonable adjustments to the course based on your feedback, so take it seriously. Discuss both the positive and the negative. If don't tell me you like something and only tell me what you don't like, the things you like could end up going away. (Of course, I won't honor unreasonable requests. You could all say to eliminate labs and exams, but that's just not going to happen!) 1. Comment on the lectures. What do you like? What do you dislike? What should I keep doing? What should I change to make them more effective? 2. Comment on the notes and the web site. My objective has been to provide a useful resource on the basics of C++ for you to use in class, in labs, while doing projects, while studying, and beyond the...
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This document was uploaded on 02/10/2011.
- Fall '10