Hypothesis partners with multiple organizations to bring peer review to preprints using collaborative annotation.
Recording a million annotations every quarter, Hypothesis is now seeing exponential growth year over year, powered by educational use.
Early research at Simon Fraser University suggests that social annotation has impressive educational benefits, helping with reading comprehension, peer review, motivation, attitudes toward technology, and much more.
Learn more about what's happening with annotation in open education at the OERizona and OpenEd19 events starting in October 2019.
Indiana University, long an innovator in educational technology, is now partnering with Hypothesis to experiment with collaborative annotation in teaching and learning.
Watch Gardner Campbell's keynote and explore annotation's role in education, journalism, publishing, and scholarship after 30 years of web history at the seventh annual I Annotate conference.
Hypothesis shines at OLC Innovate 2019 with an AnnotatED summit, multiple sessions, a MERLOT award, and a shoutout from keynoter Tressie McMillan Cottom.
Continuing our remarkable growth, Hypothesis recorded its five millionth annotation in March 2019.
Join in all the annotation activities live in Colorado at OLC Innovate, 2–5 April 2019, or remotely at your convenience.
If you don't have a free Hypothesis account yet or need to equip your browser with our extension or bookmarklet, visit our Get Started page or find more detailed help in our Quick Start Guide. Once you're equipped with Hypothesis, you can explore and interact with public annotations. You'll need to log in to create [...]