After approaching delegate, ask "Were you present during all of the previous session?", if not obvious. If the delegate was present during the entire previous session then continue.
Name, position, company of delegate
How many days will you be attending the Summer School this year?
Why are you attending the Summer School?/What do you expect to get out of SS?
Have you had any previous experience of videoconferencing? /Have you attended any previous Summer Schools?
All the following questions relate to the PREVIOUS SESSION ONLY:
Did you have any problems at any point during the session with the sound quality or level? (e.g. with feedback, echo, volume level)
Was the video appropriate for this particular presentation? If not why not?
Did you have any problems with video at any point during the session with the quality of the video?
What were you expecting, in terms of audio/video quality?
(If other presentation medium(s) were used during the session e.g. PowerPoint): Were they appropriate for this kind of lecture?
What did they think about presenter/speaker interaction?
(If relevant to session): What did you think about speaker-questioner interaction?
Need to find out about effect of having the speaker(s)/presenter(s) at different locations
Did you ask any questions? How did you feel these were handled?
What were the worst things about the way in which the presentation(s) was given in this session (compared to a traditional conference)?
Did you feel that the quality of network link was sufficient to be able to answer questions from the floor? If no, what were the problems?
(Were there any problems of a technical nature during session?) If yes, ask delegate about these problems, and how well they felt they were dealt with by presenters/ speakers/ organisers.
Did you feel that the event was constrained by the technology in any way?
In your opinion, is the medium of Broadband communications rich/ appropriate, powerful enough to support this type of event?
Are there any other comments that you would like to make about the ABC Summer School?
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