Hypothesis shines at OLC Innovate 2019 with an AnnotatED summit, multiple sessions, a MERLOT award, and a shoutout from keynoter Tressie McMillan Cottom.
Join in all the annotation activities live in Colorado at OLC Innovate, 2–5 April 2019, or remotely at your convenience.
Using groups with open, standards-based annotation in your publications is easy: learn how to integrate Hypothesis into your publishing website or platform in this next webinar in our series: 8–9am PT/11am–12pm ET, Wednesday 30 January 2019.
Adding open, standards-based annotation to your publications is easy: learn how to integrate Hypothesis into your publishing website or platform in this next webinar in our series: 11am ET, Tuesday 23 October 2018.
In August 2018, 86 people from 58 different organizations gathered in Berkeley, CA and remotely to attend the first workshop convened by the Joint Roadmap for Open Science Tools.
Spotlight on Annotation for Transparent Inquiry: Finalist for 2018 ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing
ALPSP interviews Nisha Doshi of Cambridge University Press, Heather Staines of Hypothesis, and Sebastian Karcher of the Qualitative Data Repository about increasing transparency in qualitative research.
Learn how Hypothesis is helping HighWire Press publishers make their content come alive with open annotation.
Explore all the proceedings from I Annotate 2018, the sixth annual conference for annotation technologies and practices.
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.
Major preprint services convene to initiate broad discussion about annotation in preprint workflows and toolchains, with an early focus on peer review, user identity and versioning.