Domain of One's Own documentation (setting up your domain, installing WordPress or other apps, learning how to use WordPress, etc.)
Domain of One's Own Terms of Service
Hypothes.is Quick Start Guide for Students
Diff Checker, a website that allows for easy comparison of the differences between two versions of the same document.
When viewing the annotation, click on the Share icon on the bottom right. Then copy the link that comes up and paste it wherever you would like to share your annotation. (Note: when you share the annotation, users will be able to find your annotation by following the link, even if they don't have the hypothes.is plugin installed.)
To share a Slack post, move your mouse over to the right side of your post and click on the "..." icon that appears. Then in the menu that pops up, click on "Copy link". Then you can share a link to your post to anyone who is logged in to the Slack channel in which you posted. (It does not make your post public. Only those logged into our Slack organization can see it.
To copy a Google document shared with you, open the Google doc, go to the File menu, and click "Make a copy..." Give it a new title, and choose where to save it in your Google Drive account.
To share your Google doc with someone else, go to the File menu, click "Share...", and enter the email address of the person you want to share it with. For your private self-reflections, share them with email@example.com, and please give me editing privileges.
Each response is its own "post" on Medium. To get the link to a response, go to your profile on Medium (click on your picture and then on "Profile" in the drop-down menu. Click on the response post you want to share. (Click "Read more..." if clicking on the post doesn't work.) Then copy the URL from the address bar, and paste it where you want to share it ― such as your self-assessment/reflection document.