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Thanks for your comments, concerns and questions about the IT Skills
Survey.  This survey was developed over a long time period by people  from
several UVM depts who volunteered to help create it.  It is probably in
need of updating and refinement as technology changes.  The back-end data
base issues have been a real stumbling block, which is why it took so long
to get this posted to the Web.
I'd welcome help from anyone who wants to volunteer some time to help with
the refinement of the survey and the data collection portion.
Thanks, Lynn


At 02:00 PM 4/4/01 -0400, you wrote:
>       It would be more helpful to actually provide them with questions to
>help determine the level of knowledge.  Dayle Vance Goad
>End-user Support Specialist
>UVM College of Medicine
>Office: (802) 656-4242
>  (802) 450-9010
>Click here to send Email Page           -----Original Message-----
>From: Frank Swasey [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 1:44 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: IT training, IT orientation ideas   Today Lynn Cummings wrote:
>  > &D
>> Website and anyone can use it:
>>
>><http://www.uvm.edu/~training/?Page=tech_survey.html>     I answer the
>questions and it shows me a lot of
>graphs that show how everyone has answered the questions, but not how I
>compare to that (or am I supposed to remember which number I checked
>  The stated meanings of the 1-5 values do not
>seem to apply to some of the questions being asked.   "" and my
>choices are:   1 - I know nothing about this
>2 - I'm starting to learn about this
>3 - I'm comfortable with the basic functions
>4 - I'm comfortable with most functions
>5 - I'm comfortable with all functions     Maybe I left my brain at home
>today, but this set of choices
>doesn't seem to fit with the implied question of whether or not I know
>e-mail etiquette.   --
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