To complete your work for this class, you need to do three things:
Over the weekend, resolve any issues that have been filed in our Github repository for the page(s) you are responsible for on the final website. (UPDATE: Please also comment on this important new issue regarding a statement on our front page about the nature of our sources.) We will consider our final project to be in its finished form at 11:59pm this Sunday.
After the project has been finalized, write a report of approximately 950 to 1,250 words. Your report should assess how well our website meets its objective of demonstrating the possibilities and limits of digital history methods to an audience of historians and scholars interested in digital humanities but new to the field. Be specific about the things that you think work well to meet this objective, and the things that would most need work or expansion in future iterations. At the end of your essay, give the final project a score of up to 30 points (with 30 being the best possible score) based on your assessment of its quality. Your final report grade will be an average of your own score together with a score of up to 30 points that I will assign your report based on how well, and with how much specific evidence, you make the case for your assessment.
Respond to the final "team participation" questionnaire of the semester, which I will email to you all individually.
Thanks for a great semester, and let me know if you have any questions!