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OpenLab #5: Feedback on the Course

We are currently in the fifth (or sixth, depending on how you count) week of the semester – about 1/3 of the way through the course.  For this OpenLab assignment, I am asking you to provide some feedback on your experience of the course so far.  We will revisit this survey later in the course.

Assignment (Due Thursday, October 9th, at the start of class).  Your assignment consists of two parts:

  1. Complete the survey by clicking here.  The survey consists of 10 questions, and should take 5-10 minutes to complete.  It is anonymous (I will see the answers, but I will not know who submitted them).
  2. Confirm that you have completed the survey by leaving a comment in reply to this post (for example, you could just write “I completed the survey just now”).

Extra Credit.  Tell me what music you are listening to these days.  What’s in heavy rotation on your iPod?  Give us a brief description.  I’m listening to Parov Stelar (“compulsively listenable electroswing”) and Shpongle (“a unique concoction of lounge driven downtempo encased in an endless sphere of production”).    A few ground rules:  No offensive lyrics, be considerate of others, feel free to include a link but only to a legal site such as YouTube or SoundCloud.