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Apologies for the cross posting. I put together a brief and somewhat informal survey at http://tolu.na/SeAnHp which I will leave open until Dec 31. I’m hoping to capture at least some of the higher ed “satisfaction” mood on a handful of wireless-specific topics (the kinds of things that managers, planners, and engineers tend to care about).

 

Estimated time to complete is 3-5 minutes at worst, and this is purely anonymous.

 

My goals are twofold-

 

·         First and foremost, to validate/compare some of my own thoughts with those of my peers across the Educause space, as 11ac draws closer and the WLAN gets ever more important

·         If there is anything remarkable worth sharing with the world at the end, I’d likely eventually mention it in my NWC blog  http://www.networkcomputing.com/blogs/author/Lee-Badman-2 - but this is really meant to be more of an informal exercise

 

The results will certainly be shared with both the Wireless and Net-Man groups, and I thank you in advance for taking a few minutes to participate.

 

Regards-

 

Lee

 

Lee H. Badman

Network Architect/Wireless TME

Information Technology and Services (ITS)

Syracuse University

315 443-3003

 

 

 

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One last word on this survey, then I won't bother the lists again until the results are shared. 

Over 50 people replied already, so thanks. Given that a number of people contacted me via email with comments, I did add a comments block at the end of the survey to capture thoughts. If you'd like to add comments but have already done the survey, feel free to run through it again. If you answer the same way, you won't skew the percentages.

And as a reminder, this is hardly meant to be of scientific quality. At the same time, the answers so far do show interesting ballpark measures of our collective moods and status on a number of points.

Link to survey is below for those who haven't done it yet.


Lee Badman
Syracuse University




On Nov 28, 2012, at 15:38, "Lee H Badman" <lhbadman@syr.edu> wrote:

Apologies for the cross posting. I put together a brief and somewhat informal survey at http://tolu.na/SeAnHp which I will leave open until Dec 31. I’m hoping to capture at least some of the higher ed “satisfaction” mood on a handful of wireless-specific topics (the kinds of things that managers, planners, and engineers tend to care about).

 

Estimated time to complete is 3-5 minutes at worst, and this is purely anonymous.

 

My goals are twofold-

 

·         First and foremost, to validate/compare some of my own thoughts with those of my peers across the Educause space, as 11ac draws closer and the WLAN gets ever more important

·         If there is anything remarkable worth sharing with the world at the end, I’d likely eventually mention it in my NWC blog  http://www.networkcomputing.com/blogs/author/Lee-Badman-2 - but this is really meant to be more of an informal exercise

 

The results will certainly be shared with both the Wireless and Net-Man groups, and I thank you in advance for taking a few minutes to participate.

 

Regards-

 

Lee

 

Lee H. Badman

Network Architect/Wireless TME

Information Technology and Services (ITS)

Syracuse University

315 443-3003

 

 

 

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

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