...or, at least, that's how it used to be.
Tonight, for the first time, there was actually a formal review form filled out by participants. So I'll now go through them. This should be interesting. Hopefully, I'll get some good suggestions on how to improve the presentation.
Well, the first couple were positive. There are concerns about the pace of the seminar and the length of time. Both seem like fair issues.
Overall, the reviews were positive (though I assume that most people will tend to be err on the side of being nice, especially since they're going to see me two more nights). One person did suggest some other courses they'd like to see, including:
- Introduction to web-based email (gmail);
- Searching for beginners (Yahoo!, Google); and,
- How to really find information on the net.
I think the final suggestion is quite interesting, and probably useful to more people than realize it. I have become pretty comfortable searching the internet (it is, after all, part of my job), and even I can benefit from some tips (by the way, if you need any, you can just google, google tips).
I'll be back at the library the next two nights, tomorrow for resume and cover letter writing, Thursday for interviewing tips. I don't know if there is still room, but, if you're interested, you can register here.
Finally, for any Algonquin College students out there, I might be making a visit to the Woodroffe campus next week. I'll post more information once it is confirmed.