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15.12: Share Feedback and Teaching Strategies

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    An open invitation

    This textbook is an ongoing group effort. We welcome your feedback and participation!


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    Margin notes

    As you read, you can share your questions, feedback, and teaching ideas in the margins using the Hypothesis annotation pane. Join the How Arguments Work Instructor Comments Group. In this group, we can see each other's comments on specific pages, sections, or sentences of the book.  Once you join, you can add comments by clicking the little arrow at the top right of the page to expand the commenting pane. The annotation software, Hypothesis, is built into LibreTexts, and creating an account is free. This LibreTexts Hypothesis guide walks you through the process of annotating in LibreTexts with screenshots.

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    This page titled 15.12: Share Feedback and Teaching Strategies is shared under a CC BY-NC 4.0 license and was authored, remixed, and/or curated by Anna Mills (ASCCC Open Educational Resources Initiative) .