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Canvas Course Import and Hypothesis

Currently, Hypothesis isn’t compatible with Canvas’ Course Import tool (though we do plan to add support for this in the future!). When you import content from another Canvas course that includes Hypothesis-enabled readings, this may result in students getting stuck in a loop where they are repeatedly asked to “authorize” the Hypothesis app. If you [...]

By |2020-08-27T10:11:31-07:00August 27th, 2020|

Enabling Sections for Canvas in Pre-existing Installations

Note: this article applies to installations of the Hypothesis LMS app created before 26 May 2020. Installs completed on or after 26 May 2020 will automatically include the Sections feature if Canvas Developer Credentials are provided during installation. For all installations on 26 May 2020 or later, the Hypothesis app will create a group for [...]

By |2020-06-04T11:25:32-07:00May 25th, 2020|

Annotating with Sections in Canvas

Note: this article applies to installations of our Canvas app that include Canvas Developer Credentials and are installed after 25 May 2020. If you have previously installed the Hypothesis LMS app for your Canvas instance, see our help article: Enabling the Sections for Canvas Feature (For Pre-existing Hypothesis LMS App Installations) Until recently, the Hypothesis [...]

By |2020-08-24T09:56:08-07:00May 25th, 2020|

Creating annotations using only your keyboard

1. Activate Hypothesis and log in (unless you’re using the LMS app) Users of our LMS app can skip this step, as Hypothesis will automatically be activated over web pages and documents. Other users will need to activate Hypothesis over a web page or document in their browser and log in to the Hypothesis sidebar [...]

By |2020-04-07T13:18:35-07:00April 7th, 2020|

What’s the difference between an annotation and a highlight?

There are several "types" of Hypothesis annotations: Annotations Highlights Page Notes Replies This article will explain the differences among these annotation types and patterns for using them. Annotations An annotation is the digital equivalent of a marginal note. After you select text on a page, you can use the "Annotate" button in the adder that [...]

By |2020-04-07T12:58:26-07:00April 7th, 2020|

Grading Student Annotations in D2L

When you create a Hypothesis-enabled reading in D2L, our grading feature will be available by default. Once students have annotated your reading, you can follow these steps to grade their annotations: 1. Launch the assignment When you launch the assignment, you will see the grading toolbar at the top of the screen: From here you [...]

By |2019-11-26T21:31:04-08:00November 15th, 2019|

Formatting Annotations with Markdown

When creating an annotation, you can use the toolbar above the text editor to add basic formatting along with links, images, equations, and YouTube videos. You can also format your annotations using Markdown— this help article serves as a “cheat sheet” for using Markdown syntax in the annotation editor. Want to print this sheet [...]

By |2020-03-27T10:27:23-07:00October 23rd, 2019|

Creating Hypothesis-enabled readings in D2L

This guide assumes a D2L administrator has already installed the Hypothesis LMS app at the organization level and granted access to the tool provider for your course/department/organization. For installation instructions, please see our help article: Installing the Hypothesis LMS app for D2L. 1. Add Existing Activities In the Content area of your course, navigate to [...]

By |2020-02-24T09:35:08-08:00October 10th, 2019|

Installing the Hypothesis LMS app for D2L

In D2L, it is recommended you install LTI tools at the organization level rather than on a per-course basis (you can still grant access to individual courses, departments, and schools using this approach). This article will walk you through the organization-level installation process. You might also find the following help article useful: Using the Hypothesis [...]

By |2020-06-16T15:10:47-07:00October 10th, 2019|
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