Explore all the proceedings from I Annotate 2018, the sixth annual conference for annotation technologies and practices.
No pop ups, no mass emails: Hypothesis takes a different approach to GDPR, making real changes for privacy, accessibility, and community without the pesky notifications.
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.
Just 6 months after reaching two million annotations, Hypothesis users have now created over three million annotations just as our new team members were hitting their stride.
The Credibility Coalition, a collaboration including Hypothesis, received significant new funding to support its work on a standardized framework anyone can use to generate and evaluate indicators about the credibility of online content like news.
When the National Center for Biotechnology Information announced the discontinuation of PubMed Commons, Hypothesis preserved and augmented over 7,000 comments for the scholarly record.
Hypothesis and the COS partner to integrate annotation into Open Science Framework preprint services, enabling researchers to engage, discuss, and share in their regular workflows.
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.
Two organizations collaborate to advance open annotation capabilities and integrate them in a leading open science publication.
The Annotating All Knowledge Coalition joined CoKo to co-host the Fall 2017 community meeting in Berlin ahead of the FORCE2017.