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By JR Ginex-Orinion      September 26, 2010 -- 11:17 PM
Hi Michelle. Great job on your lesson.

I agree from the chat, that the different text sizes were a little distracting, but your purpose and objectives were still clear. I actually had to go all the way back to EDT 605 and make sure that the structure of the objectives were correct.

Great video as well. I didn't get a chance to see it after 631. You might want to zoom in the areas where you ask the viewers to click to, so that it's a little more directed.

Overall good use of "chunking" and spacing between sections. Oh and one more thing; you could probably have placed a hyperlink on the electronic copy of the Navy Eval Manual on the Objectives tab. But that's just me being picky.

Good luck next class, and I'm sure I'll see you down the road.


By Lily Chen      September 26, 2010 -- 06:32 PM
Michelle-
Great work. It was very focused and you provided many resources, you had lots of links. I especially liked your video on how to write an eval. I would like to do something like that for my own project! Thanks for sharing that capability.


By Yuen-Pik Chan      September 26, 2010 -- 02:29 PM
Hi Michelle,

Nice work, very easy to understand. The video was pretty good too. I just have one comment on the "video overview" page, it seems that some of your texts are different sizes. You may want to take a look at that. Great work.


By Sam Pabon      September 25, 2010 -- 11:49 PM
Hey Michelle,

This is excellent!

I remember having to "just figure it out" when I first started using the NavFit program early 2000 or so.

I wish I had something like this available when I was doing enlisted evals.

The video quality is good, clear, and to the point. I also like that you have the relevant links to find updated policies/instructions.

I also like that you state at the beginning that the audience is for Navy personnel. A civilian that has never been exposed to military evaluations may find the process cumbersome.




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