I’ve got good news and glitch news.
The Good News
In your midterm feedback forms, some of you wanted to know how you’re doing so far. To that end, I’ve read and used Hypothesis to comment on all your project posts to date. For easy access, I made the annotations on the string of posts that appears when you click on your project under DH Projects on the course home page.
It was truly inspiring to read your posts consecutively and see how your ideas have come into focus, your design skills have sharpened, and your plans have developed. My hypothesis annotations try to pinpoint specific strengths, as well as to ask questions and suggest areas that need development or clarification.
I’m so excited about each and every project, and confident that you can achieve a DH scholarly website that you can be proud of, even with the significant challenges and obstacles that Covid-19 has delivered. We will all have to make adjustments, scale back our goals, and cheer each other on, but WE CAN DO THIS TOGETHER!
The Glitch News
For the first two projects, I annotated while logged into the ENG 406 hypothesis group. These two projects can find their annotations by clicking on the relevant link below, activating Hypothesis, and logging into our ENG 406 group—easy peasy, lemon squeezy:
But then (brace yourself for the glitch news), I commented on all the other projects while logged into my ENG 220 Hypothesis Group! Agh! I committed the cardinal error I’ve warned you about many times. To see my annotations on the following group projects, you will need to join and log into the ENG 220-S20 Hypothesis group. I’m so sorry for the inconvenience!
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