* 1. What is your name?

* 2. Which Open Source Learning Network course did you take?

* 3. Which of the following devices do you most often use to connect to the internet?

* 4. Which of the following devices do you most prefer to use to connect to the internet?

* 5. What is the URL of your course blog?

* 6. How many posts are on your course blog as of June 1, 2014?

* 7. How many comments are on your course blog as of June 1, 2014?

* 8. How many page views does your course blog have as of June 1, 2014?

* 9. What is your favorite post or feature on your course blog? Please copy/paste a link and explain why.

* 10. If you created an additional blog or site for your Masterpiece, please share the URL here.

* 11. How many posts are there on your Masterpiece blog/site?

* 12. How many comments are there on your Masterpiece blog/site?

* 13. How many page views are there on your Masterpiece blog/site?

* 14. What other means of communication did you use to support your work in this course/network?

* 15. Please evaluate your overall experience in this course/network. How well did the instructional environment, materials/technology, individual assignments, collaborations, test prep exercises, masterpieces, and admissions/scholarship processes help you achieve your goals?

* 16. How rigorous/demanding was this course?

* 17. How would you rate your work in this course compared to your work in other courses?

* 18. How do you think this course & approach can be improved for next year's students?

* 19. Are you interested in becoming an Open Source Learning ambassador? Check all that apply.

* 20. What would you learn/accomplish in Open Source Learning if you had more time?

* 21. After experiencing Open Source Learning, do you want to return to the lecture/textbook/test/points approach? Why/why not?

* 22. Given what you know about the challenges and opportunities that Open Source Learning presents, what qualities/ingredients do you think a learning community must possess in order to make the most of it? Check all that apply and add your own ideas.

* 23. If I offer a free online course in Open Source Learning, what should I be sure to include in order to most effectively help students, teachers, families, and employers?

* 24. Thank you for taking this course, and thank you for taking time to complete this survey. You are as much a part of my learning experience as I am of yours. If you have any thoughts or observations about our year together that this survey didn't address, please type them below. Mahalo.

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