Experimental Design, 23rd November 2011 in Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey (in Turkish) and in Stirling University, Stirling, United Kingdom (in English) 

Vocational Aqualab's coordinator, Ankara University, piloted the Experimental Design course on the 23rd November 2011 in Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey  in Turkish. From the feedback obtained from participants it was clear that the overall quality of the course was quite high. Overall the course helped the participants to analyse, interpret and synthesise information. The participants found the course useful and challending and it helped them to think more critically.

 

 

The University of Stirling partner piloted the Experimental Design course in Stirling University, Stirling, United Kingdom in English. The feedback from the piloting of the materials, by PhD students, for the Experimental Design course was generally very positive. The difficulty of the course was considered mostly satisfactory. Those piloting the materials considered the course as being  both informative and in general increased their skills in Experimental Design, which was to be recommended to other students in similar PhD level situations.

 

For the full "Conclusions and recommendations from pilot training activities" report click here

For the "Evaluation by an external expert" report click here