Asking for feedback on your written work is a common practice among academics. Typically what happens is that when you are asked for feedback, the author(s) will specify what kind of feedback they are after. It can range from a detailed commentary on the logic and argument of the paper down to simple proof reading or anything in between.

For this exercise the feedback should be directed to how well you were able to follow the argument/logic of the paper. What worked for you? What was confusing, if anything? You may think of a suggestion or two to help improve the paper. Clearly, you won't have a lot of time to spend on this. You will be generally familiar with what your peers are doing from the first task. A good way to think about the feedback is to ask yourself what kind of feedback you'd like for your paper.

As we agreed at the 2nd workshop, we'll do the feedback on Slack.

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