Learning and Evaluation/Question Bank/Program Feedback

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Program Feedback

Participant's overall experience of program participation

What was most valuable part of this program/course?

(OPEN)

Intention to participate in or promote future program

What was the least valuable part of this [program/project/course]?

(OPEN)


To what extent would you recommend this [program/project/course] as a way to learn how to get involved in the open knowledge movement? (select all that apply)

  • I would NOT recommend this [program/project/course] to others
  • I would recommend this [program/project/course] to others
  • I would like to take more [program/project/course]s like this


To what extent would you consider applying for a [Scholarship program] next year?

  • Very likely
  • Likely
  • Neutral/Not sure
  • Unlikely
  • Very unlikely


Is there anything further you would like to share about your [name of program or project] project experience?

(OPEN)

Attitudes around a program's effectiveness (Wikimedians in Residence - Residents)


To what extent were you effective in meeting the goals and objectives of your residency?

  • Not at all
  • Moderately
  • Completely


To what extent do you feel you met each of the objectives of your residency, for each objective listed below, please (a) rate the extent to which you feel you met the objective, and (b) share a measure of your work.

(a) Rate each aspect on a 5-point scale: Not at all, Somewhat, Moderately, Mostly, Completely

  1. Engagement with the host institution, its increased awareness of Wikimedia and Open Knowledge (e.g., any positive changes in the institution as a result of the project, plans for future engagement)
  2. Engagement with the Wikipedia community (WikiProjects & opportunities for volunteers)
  3. Increased the number of contributors to Wikimedia projects (staff, volunteers, etc)
  4. Facilitating content improvement of Wikimedia projects (uploads, events)
  5. Producing case study at the end of the residency (if you have finished the project)

(Adjust as needed to your program's objectives for residents)

(b) Open text response to share specific measure(s) of success and/or failure

Attitudes around a program's effectiveness (Wikimedians in Residence - Hosts/Supervisors)

To what extent do you feel the various aspects of the residency were effective for achieving the goals and objectives of the program? For each aspect listed below, please (a) rate the extent to which you feel you it was an effective match, and (b) suggest any possible improvement(s)

(a) Rate each aspect on a 5-point scale: Not at all, Somewhat, Moderately, Mostly, Completely

  1. The application process - when your institution was bidding to run the Wikimedian in Residence program
  2. Set-up of the residency (after the application process ended and before the Resident completed his first month, e.g., deciding on objectives, recruitment, induction)
  3. Skillset of the resident in relation to program objectives
  4. Length of the residency
  5. Format of the residency (e.g., part-time/full-time)

(b) Open text response for potential improvements to each of the above


To what extent do you feel the resident met each of the objectives below? For each objective listed below, please (a) rate the extent to which you feel the resident met the objective, and (b) share a measure of their work.

(a) Rate each aspect on a 5-point scale: Not at all, Somewhat, Moderately, Mostly, Completely

  1. Engagement with the host institution, its increased awareness of WMUK and Open Knowledge (e.g., any positive changes in the institution as a result of the project, plans for future engagement)
  2. Engagement with the Wikipedia community (WikiProjects & opportunities for volunteers)
  3. Increased the number of contributors to Wikimedia projects (staff, volunteers, events)
  4. Facilitating content improvement of Wikimedia projects (uploads, events)

(b) Open text response sharing measure(s) of success and/or failure

Attitudes around effectiveness of training


To what extent did the training you received prepare you to be effective in your residency?

  • Not at all
  • Somewhat
  • Moderately
  • Mostly
  • Completely


What were the three most useful things you learned from the training?

(OPEN)

Attitudes around a program's duration


To what extent did you feel the time you spent as/in [Program] was sufficient for meeting the goals and objectives of your [Program]

  • Far too short
  • Too short
  • About right
  • Too long
  • Far too long"


How was your overall experience editing Wikipedia and interacting with other Wikipedians online?

  • I did not enjoy the editing process or the online interactions
  • I somewhat enjoyed editing, but I did not enjoy the online interactions
  • I enjoyed editing, but I did not enjoy the online interactions
  • I enjoyed editing and the online interactions to some extent
  • I enjoyed editing and the online interactions to a large extent"

Attitudes around enjoyment


What were the three most enjoyable aspects of your residency (e.g. particular partner organisation work, training, learning topic)?

(OPEN)

Expeirences with challenges


What, if any, challenges did you face in planning the residency (before it started)?

(OPEN)


What, if any, challenges did you face in meeting the goals and objectives of your residency?

(OPEN)


What, if any, successful strategies did you find for overcoming the challenge(s)?

(OPEN)


Program outreach and marketing

How did you first hear about the [name of program] program?

From Wikimania Website
A banner or other notice on my local wiki project
A suggestion from a former [participant/scholarship recipient]
A suggestion from another Wikimedian
Wikimania mailing list
Wikimedia-l mailing list
Social media (Twitter, Facebook ... etc)
Other : ______


Motivation to participate

What was your motivation to apply to the scholarship program?

I wanted to attend Wikimania, and I needed financial support
Receiving a scholarship is good for my resume
I wanted to represent my local Wikimedia community at Wikimania
I wanted to visit London
I was mainly interested in the application process
Other : ______


Attitudes about Scholarship Selection

Thinking about some different ways that [Scholarship program] recipients could be selected, please choose whether you agree, disagree or are neutral for each statement below:

It is important to give scholarships to new contributors
It is important to give scholarships to contributors with a large count of online contributions (high edit count, etc)
It is important to give scholarships to contributors who are active in offline events
It is important to give scholarships to people who haven't attended [the event] before
It is important to give scholarships to a diverse group of contributors (representing different countries, projects, genders, etc)
It is important to give scholarships to people who are presenting talks at [the event]
It is important to give scholarships to people who haven't received the scholarship before
It is important to give scholarships to people who are active in specific projects or activities (WMF committees, Chapters board members, Signpost writers, etc)
Scholarships should be granted randomly with no special considerations
Other : ______


Attendance

Were you actually able to attend [event name]?

  • Yes
  • No


(IF above is no) What prevented you from attending [event name]?

  • I had difficulties [booking a flight/arranging transportation]
  • I had personal matters to attend
  • I had difficulties obtaining a visa
  • I lost interest in attending [Event name]
  • Other : ______