User talk:Zeb Russo

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Week 7 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time.
  • When writing your outline, please be sure to specifically mention each figure/table from the paper.

Kam D. Dahlquist 16:36, 27 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 6 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time.
  • When you are adding screenshots to your narrative, please display them on the page instead of having to click a link to view them.
  • The DNA glycosylase is only a tertiary structure; there is only one polypeptide chain. While we could say that it forms a quaternary structure with DNA, there is just one polypeptide in the structure.

Kam D. Dahlquist 16:34, 27 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 5 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time.
  • While you linked to an uploaded copy of the article that you found, the instructions were to give the complete bibliographic reference on your page (authors, year, title, journal, volume, page numbers).
  • The narrative on your journal page just summarized your work on your project. 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.
  • Your PowerPoint uploaded to your site by the deadline only included the contributions from you and Bobby. It was good that you had a listing of the revision history of the PowerPoints, but in the future make sure that you coordinate with your partners so that the entire PowerPoint with contributions from each group member is completed on time.
  • Please add the links to the assignment pages to your template that you use on your journal and user page.

Kam D. Dahlquist 18:22, 12 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 4 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time. All required questions were complete.

Kam D. Dahlquist 18:20, 5 October 2011 (EDT)

Journal Club 1 Outline and Presentation Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time.
  • Your definitions were complete, but need to be cited. Provide the URL for the web site you got the definition from and the date that you accessed it.
  • Your outline answered all of the questions, but could have provided a deeper level of detail and been a little longer.
  • You were well-prepared for discussing your figure/table in class.

Kam D. Dahlquist 02:20, 5 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 3 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time.
  • You provide a fair amount of detail in your narrative description of what you did, but it could still be improved by adding in the hyperlinks to the pages that you mention (NCBI, page for calculating the harmonic sum, etc.).
  • On the PubMed page referencing the Markham paper, there is a link to all of the nucleotide sequences from the paper.
  • Feedback on your outline and presentation will be made separately.

Kam D. Dahlquist 01:29, 5 October 2011 (EDT)

Week 2 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time.
  • You should consider adding the link to the assignment page to your template.
  • For specific tasks "b" and "c", it would have been helpful for you to actually show the full DNA sequences in your wiki, either through a screen shot or by pasting in the sequence.
  • You have a fairly detailed description of your methods and results, but it would have been more helpful to see more of the sequences that you were referring to so that I could tell what you mean by positions 78-80, for example, in the context of the entire sequence. In the future, you do not have to separate out the methods and results, you could have method-result, method-result, method-result listed in a more narrative form.
  • Histidine is not an aromatic amino acid in the same way that tryptophan, tyrosine, and phenylalanine are. It is generally considered a basic amino acid because it can be protonated, and that would affect it's ability to absorb light.

Kam D. Dahlquist 18:52, 14 September 2011 (EDT)

Week 1 Redux

  • Thank you for making the suggested revisions. However, you did not fix the link to your Fall schedule.

Kam D. Dahlquist 18:53, 14 September 2011 (EDT)

Week 1 Journal Feedback

  • Thank you for completing your assignment on time. There are a couple things that you need to attend to:
    • You may not want to have your cell phone number public on the site (it's up to you).
    • Your link to your Fall 2011 schedule is not there.
    • Please remove the section on publications at the bottom of your page. (the "biblio" script isn't working and if it was, those wouldn't be links to your own publications).
  • You can also feel free to delete the text automatically generated by OpenWetware that is at the bottom of this page.

Kam D. Dahlquist 15:12, 7 September 2011 (EDT)


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