Today we’re announcing a coalition, Social Learning Across Content, of educational content creators, technology platforms, service providers, and stakeholder groups that are coming together in support of cross-platform social learning. Moving forward, this coalition will work together to establish user-friendly, interoperable best practices and solutions to bring social learning to all content. Who are the [...]
Some key changes Hypothesis has made to ensure our service is safer for everyone.
Join educators from OLC Innovate 2021 and the AnnotatED community for a free pre-conference workshop on social annotation and a special episode of Liquid Margins.
Hypothesis annotators just made their 20 millionth annotation, not even a year after we marked 10 million annotations. And what a year it’s been! Social annotation was already growing rapidly before the pandemic moved us even more online. As we've hit 10M, 15M, and now 20M annotations over the last months, it's clear that [...]
Indiana University and Hypothesis announce a large-scale, multi-year research study exploring how social annotation impacts undergraduate reading and writing in different English courses.
Hypothesis calls for ethical debate in edtech: contributing to Ian Linkletter's defense fund against Proctorio's SLAPP lawsuit and dedicating our help knowledge base to the public domain.
Hypothesis is participating in OLC Accelerate during November 2020. Join the OLC and AnnotatED communities for a pre-conference workshop and 4 days of virtual sessions focused on themes of social learning and online education.
How often do teachers or students ask questions? How often are questions answered, or not? How often do teachers ask questions answered by students, students ask questions answered by teachers, or students ask questions answered by students? Annotation data can provide these and other insights.
Hypothesis and UC Denver are starting a new research program connecting social annotation and student learning and engagement, led by Scholar in Residence Dr. Remi Kalir.
Check out these seven steps for successful pilots, drawn from our experience working with schools adopting collaborative annotation while moving to support remote and socially distanced teaching and learning.