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Annotation alone is a powerful way to remix the web. When you add Twitter into the mix, possibilities multiply.
Recently we decided to keep better track of tweets, blog posts, and other web resources that mention and discuss our product. There are two common ways to do that: send links to a list maintainer, or co-edit a shared list of links. And here's a third way, less common but arguably more powerful and flexible: tag the web resources in situ.
Hypothesis and OpenEdition collaborate to offer post-publication open peer review on books as part of the European HIRMEOS project.
The University Press is pleased to announce that now it is possible to annotate all its publications within the browser through the Hypothesis annotation tool.
Hypothesis announces support for collaborative annotation in all major Learning Management Systems with automatic provisioning of student accounts.
BMC has partnered with Hypothesis and Research Square to enable open annotation for community feedback in their new publication platform, In Review.
Acknowledgement of uncertainty is one of the core principles of rational inquiry. We're more likely to trust news sources that signal their credibility by upholding that principle. If news aggregators can detect and process that signal at scale, they can help me separate the wheat from the chaff. But how will we teach them to do that?
Open access publisher MDPI launches open-source annotation across all journals including customizations and integration with local user accounts.