Student Center Planned Outage
The myMadisonCollege student center (mobile and classic versions) will be down for maintenance on Sunday, August 12 from 6:00 am to approximately 2:00 pm. We apologize for any inconvenience as we make updates to maintain and improve our systems.
VERY cheap info sec books (humble bundle expiring in NINE days)
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Fall 2018 Chess Club
Madison College Chess Club Fall 2018 meeting times are yet to be scheduled. When would you like the Chess Club to gather? Your input can help to determine the best times. Please contact the club president or advisor to share your thoughts.
July 4 holiday closing
Online resources are available 24/7 at madisoncollege.edu via askMadisonCollege. Check the Department Directory to verify service hours by individual department.
Cyber club projects
Hello club members , as my inbox and notebooks get filled with ideas for projects and activities for the club. I want members inputs as well and want to know what project to set up for the fall and spring PROJECTS LIST:   Hackers LAN party:   Gaming party where Hacking and cheats are fair play . we host a game in a lab. or play for fun. we can log traffic and edit memory . WI-Fi Hacking: a little club fun with a hand full access points and password cracking and/or guessing.  National Cyber League fall/spring (NCL): this is a National competition with both solo and team games.  as a club I'll wish to field two teams of 3-4. any knowledge level welcome. there 3 phases , open gym, placement and main game. the team event is after the main game, team members must have play the main game.  National Collegiate  cyber defense competition (CCDC): here our big game. this competition is where we put our skill to the test. we can only field a team of 8 with 4 alt player against professional pen testers(red team) . Windows, Linux firewall , coding skill are needed for this event.  strong skills and dedication is a requirement but remember to laugh as well.   guest speakers/ trips:I'll try to get us a few guest speaker and trips in for the club: I'll be reaching out to contacts in the field to speak to the club, or get tour of companies .    remember  hack the planet   Club President Javi  
SUMMER
It's summer time for the college. for some of you, that means no class or studying. For the rest of us . use the time for improving skill and take extra class or two to finish our degrees. I recommend you seek out knowledge , Find those Flags,  lock down your box and laugh at the challenges coming up this fall for the cyber Security Club. I'll be working on some events and finding some good resources for the club.    Hack responsibly,   Javier Flores (Javi) 
Complete your Foreign Language Requirement
If you wait until you transfer to a 4-year university to knock that requirement out, you’ll end up shelling out a heap of cash. Why pay more? In addition, our World Languages instructors enjoy working with students one-on-one.    We offer Spanish, French, Mandarin Chinese and Arabic. Take our classes and your resume and your future “I-can-earn-more-money-speaking-two-languages” self will thank you for it.
Employer Visit: Madison Swim Academy
Please stop by the table in the Truax Cafe Atrium from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Monday, May 7, 2018, to learn about exciting career opportunities. Emily will be available to tell you more and answer your questions.
Service Offices Closed May 18 – myMadisonCollege and Blackboard Outage
Due to the upgrade, you will temporarily not be able to access account information and services. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause as you wrap up your spring semester. How could the outage on May 18-21 impact me? Many service offices will be closed on Friday, May 18 due to the system outage (e.g.; Enrollment Services and Student Development & Retention Services). You will not be able to log into your student account during the outage (e.g.; final grades, transcript ordering, financial aid, add/drop classes, class schedules etc.) Classes will not be able to use Blackboard during the outage Tuition payments will not be accepted during the outage What to expect when you log back in on Tuesday, May 22: There will not be major changes to the look and feel of Blackboard and myMadisonCollege. The majority of the work is “under the hood;” however, you may want to know about a few changes outlined below. Blackboard Changes: there are a few new features, plus issue fixes. For more details, check out the library’s knowledge article. myMadisonCollege Mobile App: If you have the myMadisonCollege mobile app, you will need to update it via Apple’s App Store or Android’s Google Play after the upgrade. myMadisonCollege “Classic Portal” Changes: There are fewer clicks when logging into the myMadisonCollege Classic Portal. Once you enter your Username and Password, you will not need to click on “Student Center.” Instead, you will be immediately routed to your “student center” after logging in. See screenshots of the new experience below: FAQ’s: Q: Who should I contact if I have trouble logging in after the upgrade? A: Student Computer Help — Contact Info Q: Are the website links to myMadisonCollege and Blackboard moving? A: You can continue to use the website links to both systems the same way you did before. Easy access is available from the Current Students page. As part of the upgrade, the URL is changing for myMadisonCollege. You will need to update any bookmarks or shortcuts you may have saved due to the URL change. For questions regarding the upgrade, feel free to contact Student Computer Help. Thank you for your patience as we upgrade our systems to better support your learning!  
Volunteer Center Board of Directors Applications Open
Apply today to serve on the Volunteer Center Board of Directors.  Open to all students in good standing (2.0 gpa) and taking at least 6 credits each semester.  Open Positions include:Executive DirectorService Learning Academy CoordinatorAlternative Breaks CoordinatorVolunteer Opportunities CoordinatorSpecial Events CoordinatorSanta's Wish List Coordinator (fall only) Applications and job descriptions can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/YXGPGV8 Interviews will begin on May 9, 2018.  Positions will remain open until filled.  
Book Release Celebration
  The Yahara Journal will hold its annual book release celebration on Friday, April 27, from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Intercultural Exchange, Truax Room C1430.   This year's journal features the work of 46 Madison College students. Free copies of the journal and refreshments will be available at the book release celebration. Students whose work is featured in the journal will be invited to read their selections during the event.
Student Banquet Awards
BSU will be attending the Student Awards Banquet This Thursday at 4pm in room D1630!
Student Representative Candidate Sarah Schultz
Program: Liberal Arts Transfer Candidacy statement: During my time at Madison College I have been active on the Performing Arts Leadership Team and the Student Activities Board. Through my involvement on these teams I have grown curious about how Madison College is overseen, and how people in positions of power aim to support every type of student at the college. This position provides an opportunity for me to gain new perspective on the administrative aspects of our technical colleges, while also doing my part to remain conscious of the diversity of the Madison College student population. *********************************************** About the Student Representative Position The collective action of the Madison College Student Senate and of the Madison College District Board, during the Fall of 2013, created an opportunity for a student of Madison College to serve as a Student Representative to the Madison Area Technical College District Board. The student is a "non-voting member," because Wisconsin State Statute 38.108 defines District Board "voting membership" as being "appointed by a committee comprised of 12 county board chairs from the counties which make up the Madison Area Technical College District." The Non-Voting Student Representative to the District Board will be elected by the student body. Elections will take place April 18 - April 29, 2018. The elected representative will take their seat to the Madison Area Technical College Board on July 1, 2018.  
Student Representative Candidate Britton Downing
Program: Liberal Arts Transfer Candidacy statement: My name is Britton Downing, I am currently the Vice President of Service for Phi Theta Kappa, (the Honor Society at Madison College). During my tenure, I have had the honor of working with many other students, student organizations, and faculty at the college. It has been a learning process as well as an education regarding the challenges and successes that all students experience. I was on a team this year that explored "the reasons why students drop out of college". It was a learning experience for students and staff, and personally it gave me better understanding of college as a community, and the constant advocacy on a wide array of issues that is necessary for our students success. That advocacy is incumbent on all staff and students who are capable. The project won a Regional award and is up for an Intentional award, but I am far more proud of the conversations that it started, and the awareness of the issue that it raised. Recently, I helped organize an event where a State Representative came to speak regarding an issue that has a relevance to the majority of Madison College students. This experience reminded me of the importance of having Representation, actually having a Voice in room where the decisions are made. These events, and a lifetime more, have energized me and reinforced my inclination to serve my fellow students in a capacity that will represent everyone at Madison College. I am very excited to be considered for this position. If elected to be the Student Representative to the District Board, I will provide the Voice of the Students at District Board meetings. I look forward to the opportunity to serve You. Thank you! Resume: Education High School Education – Advanced sociopolitical studies, advanced English, vocational training: electronics, automotive, and woodworking. Continuing Adult / Education – Business management, child care, welding, and fabrication. Degree Education – Enrolled in Associate’s Science program with a transfer contract for UW Madison to pursue a Bachelor’s in Science. Honors Program – Comparative Data Study on similarities and differences of Gray Wolf Recolonization in Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region in contrast to Eurasian Wolf Recolonization in Western Europe.   Academic Leadership Positions: Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society – Vice President of Service Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society – Student Activities Board / Alternate Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society – Service Team Leader Academic Honors / Awards / Scholarships: Dean’s List – High Honors 12/17 Dean’s List – Honors 12/16, 5/17 PTK Honors in Action Team Research Project “Why do some student’s drop out.” Earned third place Regional Award (HIA Team Award) and was entrant into International Award Competition (HIA Team Award) PTK Most Distinguished Chapter Award (Regional) (Chapter Award) PTK President’s Challenge Award William T. Ejue Scholarship Special Projects: State Representative Melisa Sargent luncheon event (Team Lead). Collaborated with Student Senate, Women Lead Menstrual Product awareness campaign and survey (Team Lead, Survey Creator). Collaborated with Student Senate, Women Lead Fill Our Heart’s with Love Campaign / Bingo for Groceries (Team Lead) 911 Remembrance Project (Team Lead) Volunteer Organizations: Friends of Mackenzie (Center) Department of Natural Resources Education Facility / State Park Aldo Leopold Nature Center (Monona) Special Qualifications: Business Owner with 18 years’ experience involving management and administrative duties Employment at the WDNR, weekly meetings using Robert’s Rules for parliamentary procedure Parent of a Madison College student, with a personal stake in their future ********************************************* About the Student Representative Position The collective action of the Madison College Student Senate and of the Madison College District Board, during the Fall of 2013, created an opportunity for a student of Madison College to serve as a Student Representative to the Madison Area Technical College District Board. The student is a "non-voting member," because Wisconsin State Statute 38.108 defines District Board "voting membership" as being "appointed by a committee comprised of 12 county board chairs from the counties which make up the Madison Area Technical College District." The Non-Voting Student Representative to the District Board will be elected by the student body. Elections will take place April 18 - April 29, 2018. The elected representative will take their seat to the Madison Area Technical College Board on July 1, 2018.
Student Representative Candidate Ousman Darboe
  Program: Accounting Candidacy statement: My name is Ousman Darboe, I am a second year student studying Accounting. I am running for the position of Student Representative at Madison College District Board. As an active member in the community, Student clubs and organizations in the campus include Shared Governance Council. I believe I am suitable candidate to be a Student Representative Board member as I have the qualities, skills and experience of leadership. I believe in diversity and unity on campus and giving everyone a fair go and say despite gender, nationality, religion or belief. I want to be the voice of my fellow Madison College students at the District Board. I am passionate about making sure Madison College students voice are heard and I want to ensure that every student's voice matter when it comes to decision that affect their educational career. My experience working with diverse people in the community and on campus helping people and hence would like to have the honor of representing the students at District Board. Resume: Skills Summary Fluent in English and Mandinka (The Gambia) Trained in knowledge of Quick Books and Excel Experienced with account payable, data entry, invoice entry, preparing financial statement and bank deposit Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite Experience program coordinator with excellent interpersonal and communication skills Education Madison Area Technical College, August 2016 to March 2018 A.S. in Accounting Madison, WI Anticipated graduation: May 2018 Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Awarded July 2011 Certificate, Leadership and Globalization Plymouth State University, NH Jolloftutors Institution, December 2008 to December 2010 Diploma, Accounting Technician Banjul, The Gambia Accounting Experience Dean Clinic – Corporate Office, September 2015 to November 2015 Cash Accounting Assistant (Temp) Madison, WI Collected, managed and entered all cash receipts from multiply clinics daily Prepared and update general accounting ledgers Prints, organized and maintained files of deposit receipts, credit card data and related reports Made electronic fund (ACH) of to various vendors Updated cash forecasting spreadsheets with actual deposits and expenses daily African Remittance Company, January 2014 to May 2014 Assistant Accountant, Bronx, NY Acted as a transfer agent to facilitate international payments Prepared daily bank reconciliations as well as quarterly financial reports Took payment requests directly from customers in-person and over the phone Built customer confidence by providing accurate exchange rate information and excellent customer service Choice Money Transfer, April 2014 to November 2014 Assistant Accountant, New York, NY Performed bank reconciliations, by cross-checking internal request and authorization systems with daily reports Authorized international payment requests at the end of each work day Balanced cash drawer with manual transactions at the beginning and end of each work day Provided agents and customers with accurate daily buy rate; set daily agent transfer rate Primo Coffee, January 2013 to September 2015 Supervisor (Cashier), New York, NY Performed cash and credit transactions, making change when necessary Balanced cash drawers at the end of each work day Assisted customers with merchandise selection in friendly and courteous manner Trained and supervise new intake how to use cash machines Supervised Eleven (11) people each working day Gambia Network of AIDS Support Society, December 2010 to July 2012 Account Clerk, Serrekunda, The Gambia Developed annual project budgets to be reviewed by the United Nations for approval Implemented approved projects by managing expenses, donations, reconciliations, etc. Produced quarterly and annual financial reports for United Nations Development Program on HIV/AIDS Managed records and files of all internal financial information for auditing purposes Employment History REM Wisconsin September 2015 to Present Direct Care Provider, Madison, WI Provide in home patient care for developmentally disabled and geriatric patients Bathe, groom, and assist patients with daily living activities Accompany patients to doctor’s appointment and bring necessary documents or medication Administer medication per instructions and develop systems to ensure patients continue regime when alone   Community/college campus Involvement Club Executive Leadership Team VP of Finance, May 2017 to Present Monitor and maintain the ELT budget Responsible for creating funding and procedure Responsible for all catering and purchasing for event Responsible for the arrangement of all ELT travel Hearts to the Future International, January 2012 to Present Policy and Outreach Director (Volunteer), Washington, DC Create, evaluate, and distribute program policies among an international network of non-profit youth activist organizations Prepare annual budget proposal and oversee individual project budget development and management Assist Program Directors and volunteers with program, activity, or project management and promotion Maintain open communication between Program Directors and volunteers to ensure appropriate implementation of activities, programs, and projects Urban League of Greater Madison – Young Professionals, June 2016-Present Policy and Committee Services Member, Madison, WI Plan and implement outreach programs to the community Participate in volunteer activities in the community Assist with drafting the policies for the YP members Organize and create engaging programs African Student Association (ASA), October 2016 to Present President, Madison, WI Provide support to African Student Organize and implement programs in campus Help to create conducive environment for African students Build relationship between African students and native American in the campus Member of Trio Students Services (Madison Area Technical College) September, 2016 to Present Member of Volunteer Service Center (Madison Area Technical College) September, 2016 to Present Awards President’s Volunteer Service Award (Bronze Medal) December, 2016 Service Learning Academy Award December. 2016 Outstanding Achievement Award (Scholars of Colors Mentoring Program) December, 2016 ***************************************** About the Student Representative Position The collective action of the Madison College Student Senate and of the Madison College District Board, during the Fall of 2013, created an opportunity for a student of Madison College to serve as a Student Representative to the Madison Area Technical College District Board. The student is a "non-voting member," because Wisconsin State Statute 38.108 defines District Board "voting membership" as being "appointed by a committee comprised of 12 county board chairs from the counties which make up the Madison Area Technical College District." The Non-Voting Student Representative to the District Board will be elected by the student body. Elections will take place April 18 - April 29, 2018. The elected representative will take their seat to the Madison Area Technical College Board on July 1, 2018.  
PTK Officer Elections Open
The time is NOW to apply to serve as an officer in PTK!  The Madison College chapter of the PTK Honor Society is now accepting application for students to serve as chapter officers in the following positions:   President (Term Fall Semester 2018 and Spring Semester 2019) Vice-President of Fellowship (Term Fall Semester 2018 and Spring Semester 2019) Vice President of Service (Term Fall Semester 2018 and Spring Semester 2019) Fort Atkinson Campus Representative (Term flexible at least Fall semester 2018) Portage Campus Representative (Term flexible at least Fall semester 2018) Reedsburg Campus Representative (Term flexible at least Fall semester 2018) Watertown Campus Representative (Term flexible at least Fall semester 2018) The job descriptions are on The LINK in the PTK Documents section.   Eligibility Requirements:   Be a PTK member in good standing (a minimum of a 3.0 cumulative grade point average) Enrolled for at least 6 credits during the fall and spring semesters serving as officer Attend weekly officer meetings time to be scheduled based on officers’ schedules  All VP’s and Madison Campus Representatives will meet at the Truax campus and Regional campus representatives can join electronically if needed but must be available during the same time.  Attend, present and facilitate PTK events and activities scheduled throughout the academic term. Summer meetings will be required and scheduled by the officer team.   $Compensation:  President position received a stipend of $500 each semester if duties are fulfilled. Vice-President positions receive a stipend of $450 each semester if duties are fulfilled.  Regional Representatives receive a stipend of $350 if duties are fulfilled.   How to apply:   Review the job descriptions are on The LINK in the PTK Documents section. Check your schedule and other commitments to make sure you can commit the time. Complete the application DEADLINE: Sunday, April 29, 2018, 11:59 p.m.    Applicants will be scheduled for interviews the week of April 30. If you have questions about the positions, please contact: Renee Alfano, Director Student Life ralfano@madisoncollege.edu or 608-243-4539.
Madison College is MOST DISTINGUISHED CHAPTER for PTK Wisconsin Region
The Wisconsin Region of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) held its 2018 Spring Regional Convention “Transforming Yourself with PTK,” March 9-10, 2018 at Fox Valley Technical College in Appleton, WI. The convention drew members from throughout the region. The Beta Beta Psi Chapter from Madison College entourage included Mrs. Renee Alfano, Advisor; Katrina V Willis, Vice President of Fellowship; Alexandra Christensen, previous Vice President of Scholarship and lead on 2017 Honors in Action Project; Kalia Vang, Vice President of Leadership; Brandy Nobles, Vice President of Scholarship; and Keyiona Johnson, Associate Vice President of Service. Cat Larsen, President of the Beta Beta Psi Chapter from Madison College is a candidate for Phi Theta Kappa International Officer running for Vice-President, Division III. Kalia Vang is serving as Cat’s Campaign Manager at PTK Catalyst (International Convention) April 19-22, 2018. Please join me in wishing her a successful campaign. Katrina V Willis ran for a regional officer position. She has accepted the appointment to Regional Administrative Director. Her term runs June 1, 2018 through May 31, 2019. Thank you very much Kalia and Aly for all your creativity and campaign strategic marketing efforts. The Wisconsin Region of Phi Theta Kappa was honored to have Mr. Jay Fritts, International Vice President, Division II attend our convention. Mr. Fritts presented Teamwork Makes the Dream Work. It was truly fascinating to get feedback and perspective from an international officer. The regional convention offers excellent opportunities to network, collaborate, professional development, leadership, scholarship, and service. The convention opened with a welcome address from Dr. Matheny, Fox Valley Technical College. The keynote speaker, Ms. Jenny Heinritz, M.Ed., shared her experiences camping, dog sledding, and cross country skiing with The Voyageur Outward Bound School for eight days in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area of Northern Minnesota. She learned a lot about herself, her team mates, and how to eat, sleep and survive camping outside during a northern winter. On Friday, March 9, PTK members attended three very informative breakout sessions. The first breakout session was College Fair Scavenger Hunt, which allowed participants to learn more about transfer and scholarship opportunities. The second breakout session, Putting Your PTK Experience to Work, demonstrated how to enhance your resume and with your PTK experiences. The third breakout session Putting the Pieces Together, discussed how knowing our personality traits and how understanding the personalities of your colleagues and team member empowers you to be a better leader. The PTK delegation went to dinner together. After dinner, we had a Scholarship and Fellowship Honors Study Topic activity composed of a private showing of A Wrinkle in Time, with a few questions to prepare for the Honors Study Topic discussion/activity. The discussions were quite lively and interesting at each table. On Saturday, March 10, Steve Jones, Coach of the Kimberly High School football team and leadership trainer, covered how to cultivate and develop servant leaders by establishing a “winning” culture. This was followed by a choice of two breakout sessions PTK 101; A Winning Mindset; Teamwork Makes the Dream Work; Avoid Stress to Avoid Burnout; and Give Yourself a Competitive Edge. All of the options were very edifying and our office team attended a mix of the sessions in order to gather the information and bring the information back for use within our chapter. Violet, the WI Region mascot, slipped through Beta Beta Psi Chapter’s fingers again after another heartbreaking tie during the roll call competition. Beta Beta Psi worked diligently and gave everything they had to win Violet back. Beta Beta Psi is motivated to win Violet back at the 2018 Fall Regional Convention. The grand finale of the regional convention was the culmination of all our efforts during the fall were revealed on Saturday, March 10, 2018. The Beta Beta Psi Chapter of Madison College brought home the following honors: Distinguished Chapter Award - Most Distinguished Chapter College Project Award:- First Place Scholars of Promise Collaboration Honors in Action Project Award - Third Place Distinguished Chapter Officer Award - First Place Cat Larsen Distinguished Chapter Member Award - Second Place Alan Xiong Congratulations to the Beta Beta Psi Chapter from Madison College!! Good luck at PTK Catalyst (International Convention). Bring home more awards.   by Katrina Willis, VP of Fellowship
No Access to myMadisonCollege and Blackboard May 18-22
As we upgrade both systems, you will not be able to log into your myMadisonCollege or Blackboard accounts beginning Friday, May 18 at noon through Tuesday, May 22. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause as you wrap up your spring semester. Things to know regarding the outage on May 18-22: You will not be able to log into your student account during the outage (e.g.; class schedules, add/drop classes, final grades, transcript ordering, financial aid, etc.) Tuition payments will not be accepted during the outage In-progress classes will not be able to use Blackboard during the outage What to expect when you log back in on May 23: There will not be major changes to the look and feel of Blackboard and myMadisonCollege. As mentioned the majority of the work is “under the hood,” however, you may want to know about a few differences outlined below. Blackboard Changes: there are a few new features, plus issue fixes. For more details, check out the library’s knowledge article. myMadisonCollege Mobile App: If you have the myMadisonCollege mobile app, you will need to update it via Apple’s App Store or Android’s Google Play after the upgrade. myMadisonCollege “Classic Portal” Changes: There are fewer clicks when logging into the myMadisonCollege Classic Portal. Once you enter your Username and Password, you will not need to click on “Student Center.” Instead, you will be immediately routed to your “student center” after logging in. See screenshots of the new experience above: FAQ’s: Q: Who should I contact if I have trouble logging in after the upgrade? A: Student Computer Help — Contact Info Q: Are the website links to myMadisonCollege and Blackboard moving? A: You can continue to use the website links to both systems the same way you did before. Easy access is available from the Current Students page. As part of the upgrade, the URL is changing for myMadisonCollege. You will need to update any bookmarks or shortcuts you may have saved due to the URL change. For questions regarding the upgrade, feel free to contact Student Computer Help. Thank you for your patience as we upgrade our systems to better support your learning!
Employer visit: BMO Harris
Please stop by the table in the Truax Cafe Atrium from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 24, 2018, to learn about exciting career opportunities. Jackie will be available to tell you more and answer your questions.
Employer visit: Kwik Trip
Please stop by the table in the Truax Cafe Atrium from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 23, 2018, to learn about exciting career opportunities. Derek will be available to tell you more and answer your questions.
Employer visit: Cadre
Please stop by the table in the Truax Cafe Atrium from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 19, 2018, to learn about exciting career opportunities. Courtney will be available to tell you more and answer your questions.
Employer visit: Ho-Chunk Gaming
Please stop by the table in the Truax Cafe Atrium from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 18, 18, 2018, to learn about exciting career opportunities. Michael and Benjamin will be available to tell you more and answer your questions.
Game Day Postponed
BSU's game day tomorrow with high school students is postponed to a later day (TBD.)
Transformational Leadership Panel
Guest Speaker: Samba Baldeh, Alder District 17th and Vice President of Madison City Council This training will provide the students with thought-provoking experience to explore their personal leadership style. It will help the students  to develop a stronger understanding of leadership concepts and theories
Student to the Madison College District Board Applications Available
Applications are now available for the Student Representative to the Madison College District Board   Applications due by Sunday, April 15, 2018 Elections held April 18-26, 2087   Term:  July 1, 2018- June 30, 2019 2.5 gpa requirement, 6 degree credit minimum Qualifications and duties can be found at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/X2Z5LJP