User talk:Samantha M. Hurndon

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Week 7 Journal Feedback

  • Your definitions and outline were complete and submitted on time. However, your shared journal was a little late. Make sure you give yourself enough time to complete the assignment before the deadline.
  • The definitions need to have the URL and the date accessed to make a complete citation. You should also format it so that the URL is shown as the visible label, not just as a number.
  • Also, don't forget to use your template so that the category and links appear on your page. Adding your template to the page should be the first thing you do when you start a new wiki page.

Kam D. Dahlquist 16:42, 27 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 6 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time.
  • DNA glycosylase is actually a tertiary structure because it only has one polypeptide chain. You might consider that because it binds to DNA, it could be a quaternary structure, but based on the protein part, it is a tertiary structure.

Kam D. Dahlquist 19:57, 19 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 5 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for submitting your assignment on time, although I noticed that you added your template to the page after the deadline.
    • Please space out your assignment links better; they are all mushed together on one line.
  • You did not include the bibliographic reference to the paper you found on the Web of Science.
  • The narrative on your journal page just summarized your work on your project with one example. An electronic notebook needs to be an electronic record of everything that you did. To see an example of what this would look like, see Nicki's Week 5 page, for example.

Kam D. Dahlquist 18:39, 12 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 4 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for submitting your assignment on time and answering all of the questions.
  • Please use your template on all of your assignment pages so that you will automatically include all of the links you need to fulfill the assignment (as shown under the Week 3 feedback).

Kam D. Dahlquist 18:40, 5 October 2011 (EDT)

Journal Club 1 Outline and Presentation Feedback

  • This part of your Week 3 assignment was not submitted on time.
  • You did not provide citations for your definitions. You need to provide the URL from which you got the definition and the date that you accessed that web site.
  • Your outline answered all of the questions, but could have been a little more specific about how the study was compared to other studies from the discussion.
  • Also, please use your template on this page to provide all of the appropriate links to other wiki pages specified in the assignment. In the future, your outline can go on the same wiki page as that week's assignment.
  • When preparing to discuss your figure for journal club, make sure that you can give a more detailed analysis. Please come see me in office hours ahead of time to discuss it, if need be.

Kam D. Dahlquist 02:09, 5 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 3 Journal Feedback

  • For this week, your shared journal assignment (and journal club outline) were not submitted on time. In the future, please make sure that you start your assignments far enough in advance so that you can submit them on time.
  • You did a good job of annotating your figures on your journal to highlight the relevant information. This is a good thing to do, including for your research presentation next week.
  • To further improve your journals, you should include enough detail so that your procedure could be followed by someone else just be looking at your page. For example, you should link to the instructions for the activity or copy the relevant instructions to your page, link to any pages or files that you use, and specify the equations that you used.
  • You need to maintain a set of links to ease navigation of your pages. You should add the following to your template and then use your template on all of your assignment pages and on your user page:
    • The category "BIOL368/F11".
    • Links to all of the Assignment pages.
    • Links to all of the Class journal pages.
    • Links to all of your individual journal pages.
  • The format of one of your headings is off. Please preview your pages before saving them to make sure that they are showing what you intended.
  • I will provide feedback on the Journal Club outline separately, later.

Kam D. Dahlquist 19:38, 2 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 2 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time.
  • You need to make sure that you include all the links asked for in the journal assignment. From your journal page you need to:
    • link back to your user page
    • link to the assignment page
    • add the "BIOL368/F11" category to the page.
  • In addition, you need to link to the class journal page from your user page.
    • If you add all of these things to your templage and then use your template on your journal page, it will automatically be taken care of. You should be sure to do this on assignments going forward.
  • For the shared journal, make sure to use your wiki signature, ~~~~, this automatically puts in the link to your user page and also stamps it with the day and time of your change.
  • As for the content of your Week 2 journal page, there was good detail in the methods and results and a good organization.
  • For part A, it would have been good to more directly answer why there can be white offspring.
  • For part C7, it would have been good to show more detail for the calculation.

Kam D. Dahlquist 19:05, 14 September 2011 (EDT)

Week 1 Redux Feedback

  • Thank you for completing the suggested revisions. However, there was no link to a file on your User page.

Kam D. Dahlquist 18:56, 14 September 2011 (EDT)

Week 1 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing this assignment on time. There are a few things that you still need to attend to:
    • Under your section on Contact Info, you can see that you have a number and a bullet point on the same line. This is because when you put the #* together, the program is assuming that the line above it was just a # and you are indenting the second line. Please go ahead and fix this to make it a bulleted or numbered list.
    • Please list all of the upper division courses you have taken in biology, chemistry, math, and computer science, including this semester.
    • You created a template, but did not actually use it on your page. To use it you need to put {{Template:shurndon}} somewhere on your user page and whereever you put it, the stuff in your template will automatically be put there.
    • You also need to upload and link to a file other than an image (such as .doc, .pdf, .ppt,).
  • You can also feel free to delete the text automatically generated by OpenWetware that is at the bottom of this page.

Kam D. Dahlquist 15:00, 7 September 2011 (EDT)


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