ELI Annual Meeting 2023: Working Together for Student Success

By Julie Schochet | 15 May, 2023

Taking what we have learned in the past few years in higher education teaching and learning, how do we continue the work together to ensure the success of our future students? What practices do we keep, and what do we change? These questions, and more, will be answered at the 2023 ELI Annual Meeting.

The ELI Annual Meeting is the premier event for higher education teaching and learning professionals. The Hypothesis team is excited to be attending the conference, which will take place from June 7-9 in Anaheim, CA. Be sure to stop by and meet the team, pick up some swag, and get an in-person demo of social annotation in action.

What to expect

The ELI Annual Meeting explores solutions to our learning community’s key issues, engages innovative technology and service providers, and unites expertise across our institutions. This year’s theme will examine the future of teaching and learning with a focus on innovative practices that have been sustained over time, practices that have changed or have been adapted through the global crisis, and evolving and emerging new approaches. This conference is sure to be informative, insightful, and engaging, so save the date!

For more information about the conference, please visit the event website.

About Hypothesis

Making learning and reading more active, visible and social, Hypothesis is a social annotation tool that allows users to collectively read and annotate digital texts in real time. It enables users to add comments, highlights, and other annotations to web pages, PDFs, blogs, and other digital documents. With Hypothesis, multiple users can engage in discussions, share their thoughts, and ask questions about the content of the document, creating a dynamic and interactive learning experience.

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