This page provides a summary of the workshop evaluation forms, based on the 77 evaluation forms which were received by 8 July 2002. Note that in the numeric scores 5 is for excellent, 3 is good and 1 is poor.

The average score for the **workshop content** was 4.27. This
included 29 scores of 5, 30 scores of 4 and 10 scores of 3. No other scores were
given.

The average score for the **workshop organisation** was 4.43. This
included 40 scores of 5, 26 scores of 4, 6 scores of 3 and 1 scores of 2.

There were a total of 8 plenary speakers. The most highly rated speaker was
**Derek Law**, with an average of 4.49: 47 scores of 5, 23 scores
of 4 and 6 scores of 3.

The second most highly rated speaker was **Mark Simpson**, with
an average of 4.34: 36 scores of 5, 29 scores of 3, 7 scores of 3 and 2 scores of 2.

The third most highly rated speaker was **Paul Browning**, with
an average of 4.17: 29 scores of 5, 32 scores of 3, 12 scores of 3 and 2 scores of 2.

All of the plenary speakers had an average above 3 and all received at least 3 scores of Excellent.

There were a total of 22 parallel sessions (excluding the vendors slot and the
BoF). The most highly rated parallel session was *C5: Departmental Freedom vs.
Centralised Control* by **Mike McConnell** and
**Iain Middleton**, University of Aberdeen, with an average of 4.78
from 9 returned forms: 7 scores of 5 and 2 scores of 4.

The second most highly rated parallel session was the *C2: Web Standards Briefing*
by **Brian Kelly**, UKOLN, with an average of 4.71
from 17 returned forms: 12 scores of 5 and 5 scores of 4.

The third most highly rated parallel session was the *B2: The Perfect Portal ... is a Popular Portal*
by **Julie Stuckes**, UKOLN, with an average of 4.333
from 9 returned forms: 5 scores of 5, 2 scores of 4 and 1 score of 3.

The fourth most highly rated parallel session was the *A6: QA For Web Sites*
by **Brian Kelly**, UKOLN, with an average of 4.14
from 7 returned forms: 3 scores of 5, 2 scores of 4 and 2 scores of 3.

The fifth most highly rated parallel session was the *B4: Delivering XML in an Apache Environment*
by **Sebastian Rahtz**, University of Oxford, with an average of 4.0
from 11 returned forms: 4 scores of 5, 4 scores of 4 and 3 scores of 3.

The **Panel Session** received an average of 3.16
from 76 returned forms: 9 scores of 5, 16 scores of 4, 31 scores of 3,
18 scores of 2 and 2 scores of 1.

The **Debates** received an average of 3.84
from 57 returned forms: 15 scores of 5, 22 scores of 4, 18 scores of 3,
2 scores of 2 and 1 score of 1.

The **Report Back and Conclusions** received an average of 3.80
from 54 returned forms: 11 scores of 5, 25 scores of 4 and 18 scores of 3.

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