Continuing our remarkable growth, Hypothesis recorded its five millionth annotation in March 2019.
Join in all the annotation activities live in Colorado at OLC Innovate, 2–5 April 2019, or remotely at your convenience.
We’re proud to announce that Cal State Channel Islands and Davidson College have joined as the first formal partners in the new Hypothesis LMS App Pilot Program.
The American Society of Plant Biologists now offers Hypothesis annotation in their leading journal, The Plant Cell.
Using groups with open, standards-based annotation in your publications is easy: learn how to integrate Hypothesis into your publishing website or platform in this next webinar in our series: 8–9am PT/11am–12pm ET, Wednesday 30 January 2019.
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.