Amanda Licastro talks about how she uses social annotation in a wide variety of different classes and assignments to build classroom community, digital literacies, and scholarly practice with her students.
Chris Shaw joins our product team, where he’ll coordinate how to augment Hypothesis to move social annotation forward. Learn about Chris's career arc, why he’s excited about Hypothesis, and his takes on bots, community building, huskies, and more.
2021 was the biggest I Annotate ever! Tune in to view #ianno21's amazing keynotes, panels and sessions.
Join educators from OLC Innovate 2021 and the AnnotatED community for a free pre-conference workshop on social annotation and a special episode of Liquid Margins.
Hypothesis is participating in OLC Accelerate during November 2020. Join the OLC and AnnotatED communities for a pre-conference workshop and 4 days of virtual sessions focused on themes of social learning and online education.
ESSOAr now offers Hypothesis annotation on their prepublication platform for early research outputs.
Cambridge University Press is launching Hypothesis social annotation on key Cambridge Core publications to support annotations from authors and editors at the Press and the wider scholarly community.
Hypothesis records 8 million annotations after widespread use of our LMS app in higher education.
14 more schools are launching formal Hypothesis web annotation pilots and joining AnnotatED, the community for annotation in education, including two firsts: a K12 public school district and an international university.
Join our free 4 December 2019 webinar to learn how you can use Hypothesis collaborative annotation to make student reading active, visible, and social in any learning management system, now with gradebook integration.