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As always, Janet Lee (and ITS staff in attendance) did a great job providing an overview of the topic at hand - Box. She explained the basics to get you started and provided some helpful handouts.
Great class. Need more. :)
I was totally new to "Box" and the Instructor did not start from the beginning. She was mainly focused on the people that were already familiar with the system. She did not speak clearly or loudly enough so that the people in the back rows (including me) had no idea what she was talking about. I learned basically nothing beyond the hand-out passed around at the beginning which told us how to log in. That's it.
I went in feeling moderately comfortable using box, but it was really nice to look at the features I hadn't explored yet, like restoring items from the trash.
Although I had already begun using Box, I learned a lot that I may not have figured out on my own.
Thanks - a lot in a short time, with some really clear messages about certain important details that would otherwise be missed.
What a spectacular event on every level! Brilliant young people featured who presented on a wide range of relevant research topics. Excellent poster session with enough research to fill the length and width of University Hall. Committed faculty who supported these young people. LMU is impressive and forward-thinking.
Great introduction with really useful information. Janet's classes are invariably well-planned and useful.
Excellent training provided by Janet Lee.
Janet did a great job of explaining how to use Box, but the transition will force us to reconsider the way that we handle our daily business. Box seems user friendly, but once I begin to use it I will better understand its strengths/limitations.