Annotation is now live on preprint servers hosted on the Center for Open Science's Open Science Framework.
Explore all the proceedings from I Annotate 2018, the sixth annual conference for annotation technologies and practices.
On 1 June 2018, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation approved a 2-year $2M grant, Scaling Annotation in Scholarship and the Humanities, to Hypothesis to support feature enhancements for its annotation software and activities related to the expansion of its humanities user base.
Cambridge University Press, the Qualitative Data Repository and Hypothesis are honored to announce that their joint project, Annotation for Transparent Inquiry, is a finalist for the 2018 ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing.
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.
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.
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.
Two nonprofits collaborate to advance open annotation capabilities and integrate them in a leading open science publication.