In Cog Sci there is a great deal of proposed readings so a recommended reading guide would be useful. The students have reported that Richard Shillcock’s slides have few words, and that the tables and charts are too small to be seen in lectures.
INF2D the students reported that there is not enough preparation for Prolog and they are struggling with it.
INF2B the lecture notes are very good, however the Learning part of the course needs more examples in lectures.
Computer Security lecturer has cancelled another lecture but this was due to special circumstances.
Foundations of Natural Language Processing is reported to be a very good course.
Enterprise Computing the students feel the course has no content.
Software Testing tutorials it is reported that if the students don’t get 100% in the tutorial sheet then they can’t attend a tutorial. Also the lecturers are cancelled without any warning, there is a lack of communication from the lecturer.
System Design Project issues with the marking scheme, there appears to be no kind of structure to gaining marks and receiving penalties when not engaging with group participation.
Agent Based Systems coursework was badly worded with bad specifications, but the lecturer is very good.
Computer Architecture the students are very pleased with the lecturers.
Computer Security coursework is due too close to the Dissertation deadline.
Introductory Applied Machine Learning there are 3 or 4 practical exercises for the exams but there doesn’t appear to be any exam solutions on-line. Non-Honours are the only exams that are published on-line.
Advanced Vision students enjoy the course but they can’t see the slides in the videos that are used in the lecture.
Introduction to Vision and Robotics the lecture is used more like a question time, which makes the attendance vary.
Could there be more guidance and information on self proposed projects.
Agent Based System and Probabilistic Modelling and Reasoning have the same deadline date but PMR was released late.
Advanced Databases feedback is too general the students feel a more detailed feedback would be more helpful.
Students asked if it could be compulsory for Semester One courses to have a revision lecture before the May exams.
They also asked when the progression to Dissertation decision will be released; the exam board is on the 1st June, so it will be shortly after that date.