The American Diabetes Association (ADA), HighWire Press, and Hypothesis announce the launch of a branded annotation layer to communicate updates to ADA’s Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes.
No pop ups, no mass emails: Hypothesis takes a different approach to GDPR, making real changes for privacy, accessibility, and community without the pesky notifications.
In a time of complex and changing publishing practices, Hypothesis brings open annotation to Silverchair publishers to engage readers in the version of record.
Michigan Publishing announces a collaboration with Hypothesis to integrate open annotation with Fulcrum, the new ebook publishing platform.
Organizations building nonprofit, open-source tools are joining with open-science researchers to collaborate on a new effort to develop a Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools.
Just 6 months after reaching two million annotations, Hypothesis users have now created over three million annotations just as our new team members were hitting their stride.
Cambridge University Press, the Qualitative Data Repository & Hypothesis join to pioneer making qualitative research more transparent with annotation.
Johns Hopkins University Press has partnered with Hypothesis to bring standards-based annotation layers to Modernism/modernity, the official journal of the Modernist Studies Association published on JHUP's Print Plus platform.
The Credibility Coalition, a collaboration including Hypothesis, received significant new funding to support its work on a standardized framework anyone can use to generate and evaluate indicators about the credibility of online content like news.
All journals published on Pensoft's ARPHA platform now offer open annotation to enable academic discussion and foster collaboration in the spirit of open science practices.