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What makes for a successful critique in an online class? How do online critiques differ from in-person critiques? In this practical workshop, Jesse Mangerson (Assistant Online Coordinator, MFA Fine Art Painting) discusses and shows examples of online critiquing strategies that (1) are respectful of online students' efforts and (2) encourage them to make productive revisions to their work. (Workshop date: Spring 2014)
NoteThe critiques shown in this workshop were accomplished with the online whiteboard. As of Spring 2018, the whiteboard has been replaced by the Notes critiquing interface, which allows you to do the same sort of markup. (LEARN MORE: Tools for Online Critiques)
Quick Tip #1: What are the elements of successful critiques?
Quick Tip #2a: What does a successful critique (visual + written feedback) look like?
Quick Tip #2b: What does a successful critique (visual + oral feedback) look like?
Quick Tip #3: What do you do when a student's work is really missing the mark?
How do you respond when a student's work is simply amazing?