Course Evaluations for Safety, Energy Savings, and Design Aesthetics in Upward Acting Sectional Doors.

test questions weren't worded clearly. The matching question didn't have an option for "d". I realize that the answer could be determined through a process of elimination, but...
Richard M.
February 4, 2023
The course's content was good. Its presentation was adequate ( the visual elements did not coincide exactly with the verbal). It was appropriate and useful for my practice. The level of quality was satisfactory. The user friendliness was poor intuit is was hard to fully understand the requirements for the answers to the questions. i was valuable to my professional development.
Jonathan E.
December 16, 2022
Question 7 is missing a description of D
Lisa-marie M.
December 9, 2022
Should be more clear when asking for multiple choices rather than one correct answer. Say "check all that apply" for instance.
Robert L.
October 4, 2022
There were many, many grammatical errors in the text. There were also a number of mispronunciations such as "grain instead of gain" and "masonary instead of masonry". The course needs a good editing by a professional editor. Sloppy. Also, Question # 6 is completely unintelligible.
Richard J.
July 6, 2022
This course was average. Very basic for those who specify a lot of sectional doors. Also the quiz had one question where part of the question text was cut off making it impossible to answer. Obviously, I got that question wrong. Clopay is a good manufacturer, however.
J andrew O.
April 9, 2022
One question is stupidly pedantic and does nothing to demonstrate actual learning or understanding. Another question was formatted terribly; what should have been a table was instead laid out in a sentence, and that sentence was cut off and did not include the full information, forcing the student to guess at the answer.
Philip P.
February 3, 2022
Questions confusing. Question 7 in particular, as there is no option d listed. This question needs some semi-colons to make the options clear.
Timothy G.
December 31, 2021
questions are worded poorly. Unless I am missing something, there is no "d" option anywhere in the question but it is part of all possible answers... Also, If multiple answers are desired the say "Check all that apply"
David M.
December 13, 2021

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