Our new VP of Partnerships Butch Porter talks about bringing his deep experience in education, publishing, and scholarly communication to help build adoption for interoperable, 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.
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.
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.
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.