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.
When class sizes are so big you can do the stadium wave, barriers to teaching and learning arise. Beyond the lecture halls and video calls, we can use digital tools to engage everyone in social learning.
The Hypothesis LMS app is now fully WCAG AA 2.0 accessible — the latest step in the critically important work of including everyone's contributions.
Watch the recording, get the slides, follow the links, and browse the chat from the AnnotatED community workshop on collaborative annotation and social learning at OLC Innovate 2020.
Online meeting fatigue is part of the new normal — how are educators re-energizing virtual classrooms with social annotation and other practices?
Hypothesis just reached its 10 millionth annotation. Half of those have happened in the last year.
From community colleges to Ivy League universities, 27 new institutions have signed on to formally pilot collaborative web annotation with Hypothesis as part of AnnotatED, the community for annotation in education.
ESSOAr now offers Hypothesis annotation on their prepublication platform for early research outputs.