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: Noon ET, Friday 8 September 2017.
What questions should publishers be asking about annotation providers and platforms? Learn how Hypothesis is helping publishers make their content come alive with annotation in our webinar, Noon ET Thursday 13 July, 2017.
Take a deep dive into open annotation 31 July–4 August, 2017: two intensive courses at the FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Summer Institute.
Focus on annotation with Hypothesis at the Society for Scholarly Publishing meeting 31 May–2 Jun, live in Boston or online.
Install our NEW, official Canvas app! In our first Canvas webinar introducing the Hypothesis app, we didn't have enough time to discuss the most interesting aspect of collaborative annotation: its pedagogy. On 19 April, we reconvened to focus more on what actually happens when working with this new technology in the classroom, hearing directly from educators currently implementing [...]
We are excited and honored to announce that digital pioneer Esther Dyson will deliver the opening keynote at I Annotate this year in San Francisco on Thursday morning, May 4, 2017. Across her multifaceted career, Dyson has engaged deeply in the fields where annotation thrives, including education, journalism, publishing, research, science, and technology. This year’s I Annotate themes of fact checking, digital literacy, and user engagement connect directly to her experience. “I’m especially excited to speak at I Annotate,” says Dyson, “I started my career as a fact-checker for Forbes magazine and have a longtime passion both for the truth and for freedom of speech.” Dyson was also an early investor in Flickr, which pioneered web based image annotation, and social tagging company Del.icio.us, which give her an intimate familiarity with the technical goals and user benefits that an interoperable annotation paradigm can bring.
Join us for I Annotate 2017, the fifth annual gathering dedicated to advancing digital annotation practices and technologies. With events in San Francisco during 3-6 May, I Annotate will continue to expand the annotation community to include more participants from education, journalism, publishing, research, science, and technology, focusing on themes of fact checking, user engagement, and digital literacy.
Our I Annotate conference has, since 2013, brought together users, developers, and standards-makers who share a common vision of an annotation-enabled web. In 2013, 2014, and 2015 we held the conference at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco. This year we moved the venue to the Microsoft Atrium in Berlin. Why the change? Partly [...]
We're annotating tonight here: State of the Union address Or, for a direct link that includes the Hypothes.is application, click here: State of the Union address (with Hypothes.is proxied) One of the coolest experiences I've had with collaborative annotation is watching folks live-annotate a document just made public. This happens everyday on Rap Genius when new music is [...]
In honor of Open Access Week, October 18 through 25, the University of Texas at Austin’s Digital Writing and Research Lab (DWRL) will lead a collaborative annotation of James Brown's new book Ethical Programs: Hospitality and the Rhetorics of Software (University of Michigan Press, 2015) using the Hypothesis platform. Hypothesis is free and open source software [...]