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I hope that classmate who gives me peer review will take an interest in how I present the whole exhibition and I would appreciate if I could get feedback in terms of presentation. I would appreciate feedback on my presentation of my curating.

Having looked at the requirements for peer reviews, I would like to start by reflecting on the few brief peer reviews I did last term. In last semester’s peer reviews, I focused on what I could learn from my classmates’ blogs and what new and interesting ideas I could find in the blogs. However, I did not think about the possibility of discussing with my classmates the feasibility and feasibility of certain practices in blogs. At that time I lacked the ability to compare and contrast, so I learned new knowledge and web layout, but did not successfully apply it to my own blogs. This is something I need to improve.

So in writing this peer review, I will define myself as a participant who “offers a different perspective”. I will think: “If it were me, is there any other way than this?” Or “What could I help this member to improve?” I hope that I can open my mind to thinking about the content of the blogs with my classmates, in the hope that I can provide new ideas and learn from them about contemporary art content that I am not familiar with.

Thinking about the content and structure of my blogs in terms of presentation criteria is also a good way to learn and reflect on myself. Based on the criteria, perhaps I should learn to be more flexible in my use of visual resources to present my content. Although I have embedded some links to supporting and explanatory images and videos, I still need to work on composition and web production.

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