I am currently in my final year of a Computer Science degree in which there is a database module, and the first large-scale assignment is in progress. The Lecturer that has led most of the classes has come across to me as somewhat abrasive when I communicate with them. To give a rundown of the actions that have happened so far:
- The lecturer asked for a diagram to support the design of the database
- I sent a design by email before the submission along the lines of:
- I received feedback in another email:
- I was not very pleased with the final line, but I applied the suggested changes to the diagram, changing a significant amount.
- I officially submit the second draft to the hand-in point on the University VLE system.
- I received feedback today (being given significantly less than expected), in which some of the same corrections were given as when I submitted the first version, even though I have completely changed how it appears on the diagram.
Dear Lecture A,
This is my first attempt at the diagram for the coursework. Could I get some feedback on what I >have done so I can correct any mistakes?
Regards Student (Me)
Dear student (me),
List of improvements, etc.
You have not modelled the diagram correctly, more is needed.
I should make it clear that from the start of this first coursework assignment, a brief was given, specifying what was to be designed and built. What I am
not very pleased very annoyed about is that the lecturer has picked out what they deem to not fit the brief, without any positive feedback (which is often the case with other classes and lecturers), and the lecturer has then gone on to say that I should add additional points to my work that were not specified or assumed in the brief.
What would be the best choice of action to be taken with this lecturer?