Your answers in this questionnaire will be used only for internal statistics and course development purposes, without any data being shared elsewhere. Feel free to also openly address issues that you might have with the course that could be avoided in the next run or already during the subsequent contact sessions. All your input, and particularly the more critical remarks, are highly appreciated and will help me in the future course development. Thanks!
I first though we'd schedule the questionnaire for after this first week, but let's wait until after the first session on the more specific topics on Tuesday. By then you probably already got a bit more of a taste on where the course is heading. So please reply latest by Wednesday, November 4th, 23:55.
P.S. The questionnaire is anonymous, I can only see whether or not you responded, so feel free to speak your mind.
Please reply to the following four question blocks and submit your answers at the end. This quiz is a single-attempt assignment, so please take your time and check your lecture notes and/or slides if you're not perfectly sure. There's no tight time limit (at least not in the sense that you have a ticking clock leaving you just a few seconds to reply) but the attempt will close 2 hours after you started, so be certain that you have submitted your answers before the time expires.
The assignment box will close on Monday, November 9 at 23:55.
And one more time. Keep up the good spirit, and reply to the following questions regarding antivirals and anticancer medications. Just like the previous quizzes, single-attempt assignment, 2 hours to submit your answers once you started your attempt.
The assignment box will close on Monday, November 30 at 23:55.
Welcome to the final examination of the course. You've all done an excellent job so far in coping with the remote learning and you've collected substantial points already. One more, slightly bigger quiz, and you have completed the course. Good luck!