Remote Learning with Social Reading During COVID19

Many people are moving to remote classes while trying to preserve the experience of learning together. Collaborative annotation helps people connect to each other and what they’re reading, even when they’re keeping their distance. To help out, we’ve waived all fees for educational institutions during 2020.

Start a free pilot: We’ll help you with pedagogy and technology to incorporate collaborative annotation into teaching and learning.
Teaching? Start using Hypothesis in your courses for social reading with collaborative annotation.

Join our 12 June virtual workshop: Mark Up the Margin at OLC Innovate

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We’re a on a mission to bring an open conversation over the whole web. Use Hypothesis right now to hold discussions, read socially, organize your research, and take personal notes.
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Add tags and post publicly or save privately.

Reply to or share any annotation.
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Annotate together in groups.
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