Hypothesis expands group configurations to offer new models for collaborative annotation.
Adding open, standards-based annotation to your publications is easy: learn how to integrate Hypothesis into your publishing website or platform in this next webinar in our series: 11am ET, Tuesday 23 October 2018.
Authors, researchers and readers will now be able to annotate in branded and moderated discussions on APA PsycNET for updates, links to additional resources and interactive post-publication commentary.
Radio buttons, checkboxes, and input boxes are the usual ways to answer survey questions. But what if the answer to a question is a selection in a document?
Seven colleges and universities are conducting joint research on annotation's impact on student reading comprehension and writing outcomes.
In August 2018, 86 people from 58 different organizations gathered in Berkeley, CA and remotely to attend the first workshop convened by the Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools.
ESSOAr selects Hypothesis to enable open annotation on their open discovery and dissemination service for early research outputs.
Spotlight on Annotation for Transparent Inquiry: Finalist for 2018 ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing
ALPSP interviews Nisha Doshi of Cambridge University Press, Heather Staines of Hypothesis, and Sebastian Karcher of the Qualitative Data Repository about increasing transparency in qualitative research.
Atypon and Hypothesis are collaborating to offer open, interoperable annotation in the Literatum eReader.
How Open Commenting on Preprints Can Increase Scientific Transparency: An Interview With the Directors of PsyArxiv, SocArxiv, and Marxiv
An interview with three preprints services directors on using annotation in open science research, peer review, and publication, republished from the Center for Open Science.