EFR224 Preservation in Action: Best Practices in Window Conservation

 
The learning objectives for this session were:
1. Participants will gain knowledge of three different types of window construction found in historic buildings.
2. Participants will gain knowledge of best practices regarding conservation of three different types of windows that can be found in historic buildings.
3. Participants will leave with tangible resources for future reference, including a project planning checklist, annotated images and diagrams, and window conservation protocols.
4. Participants will be able to apply knowledge and skills to window conservation projects, as well as other types of preservation projects.
1. Did the presenter(s) cover all 4 of the learning objectives?
2. If he/she did not cover all four, which one(s) were left out?
Please rate this session on the following characteristics:
3. I found the information in this session relevant.
4. I was comfortable with the pace of this session .
5. I was comfortable with the length of this session .
6. I was well engaged during the session.
7. It was easy for me to get actively involved during the session.
8. Please briefly describe the activities that were successful in allowing you to become actively involved.
9. The presenter(s) was (were) knowledgeable about the topic.
10. I will be able to apply what I learned in this session to my work.
11. We are interested in knowing if/how you apply what you learned in this session to your work. If you agree to be interviewed 6 months from now, would you please give us your name and email address in the box below?
12. I would recommend the presenter(s) to my peers.
13. The most important thing I learned in this session was...
14. Commendations or suggestions for improvement.
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