Annotate with inline comments and highlights

Wet Ink allows you to select text in a writing response and comment on just that selected text -- much like you could do on a written manuscript. Other people can also add comments in response to your feedback or create new comments of their own. 

You will also be able to highlight the text. As an instructor, you can set predetermined highlights for your class, but you can also make unique ones just for your use. 

Provide General Comments

Everything at Wet Ink can be commented on. That includes assignments, works, critiques, discussions, etc. For example, you can comment on a critique to continue a conversation around someone’s feedback. You can also comment on answers people might have given to questions embedded in lessons.

Critique

Critiques are a formal, longer-form feedback system within Wet Ink. Students can be assigned a number of critiques (based on a variety of options) and they will have it appear on their deadlines as an assignment to complete. Instructors can also provide critiques, and will see critiques in your 'Deadlines' also. 

Learn more about critiques settings

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