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.
Many people are moving to remote classes while trying to preserve the experience of learning together. Social reading with collaborative annotation helps people connect to each other and what they're reading, even when they're keeping their distance.
To help schools during the COVID-19 crisis, Hypothesis is waiving all fees to educational institutions during 2020.
The Hypothesis LMS app now integrates with gradebooks in any LMS that supports IMS LTI, including not only Canvas, but also Blackboard, D2L Brightspace, Moodle, Sakai, Schoology and others.
More new schools are launching formal Hypothesis web annotation pilots and joining AnnotatED, the community for annotation in education.
The Hypothesis LMS app for Instructure Canvas now integrates with SpeedGrader, enabling teachers to easily view, assess and comment on student annotations.
View the recording of our 14 August 2019 webinar to learn how you can use Hypothesis collaborative annotation to make student reading active, visible, and social in the Instructure Canvas learning management system.
The University of Virginia is now the most recent school to sign up for the Hypothesis LMS Pilot Program and join the AnnotatED community.
Join our free webinar Thursday 9 May 2019 on current and future research about how annotation is being used in the English and composition disciplines.
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.