Each presentation should address the following:
- A brief overview of the exhibit, including a description of the exhibit’s objectives, tools, and assets.
- A description of the progress you have made since the peer review workshop.
- An overview of what remains to be done and how you plan to achieve these revisions before the final deadline.
Type up a one-two page document for each exhibit that answers the following questions. Bring the document to class on the day that the exhibit is scheduled for review and be prepared to give the author your document at the end of class to aid them in their final revision process.
- Describe how the exhibit has grown and developed since the peer review workshop. Did the author address the class’s critiques and concerns? Explain.
- Describe the author’s historical interpretation.If it is not clear, what needs to be added and/or expanded upon?
- How does the author draw on and interpret the primary sources displayed? Do you have any final suggestions for the author regarding the relationship between text and media in their exhibit?
- What elements or sections of the exhibit need more work? Explain.
- Is the exhibit easy to navigate? What does the structure communicate?
- Does the exhibit adhere to all project writing and media guidelines? If not, explain.