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Annotative interaction strikes a balance between observational and constructionist interactions; that is, although unable to create the VMR from scratch, learners have the ability to modify the VMR by augmenting it and adding their own personal metadata to it.
the extraordinary stylistics of A Moveable Feast will appreciate the rigor, accuracy, and lucidity Brenner brings to his annotative work in these two volumes.
This use of the annotative apparatus to keep the commentary apart from the poetry emblemizes Bartine's point about the romantic impulse to compartmentalize discourses.
His annotative occasions are consistently well chosen, and the notes themselves are erudite, ample, and fully current.
With AIMScore, employees and managers can analyze performance in both a qualitative and quantitative manner through functionality such as annotative notes that allow the user to explain the reason for a particular event and why assessments are off target.
The impact of Wu's generally sound readings is also weakened by his (or his press's) decision to combine both explanatory remarks and interpretation in the body of the text, as opposed to using annotative end- or footnotes.