Many people are moving to remote classes while trying to preserve the experience of learning together. Social reading with collaborative annotation helps people connect to each other and what they're reading, even when they're keeping their distance.
To help schools during the COVID-19 crisis, Hypothesis is waiving all fees to educational institutions during 2020.
Cambridge University Press is launching Hypothesis social annotation on key Cambridge Core publications to support annotations from authors and editors at the Press and the wider scholarly community.
Heather Staines leads you on adventures across the web to show how she created over 100,000 annotations with Hypothesis.
Hypothesis records 8 million annotations after widespread use of our LMS app in higher education.
14 more schools are launching formal Hypothesis web annotation pilots and joining AnnotatED, the community for annotation in education, including two firsts: a K12 public school district and an international university.
The Hypothesis LMS app now integrates with gradebooks in any LMS that supports IMS LTI, including not only Canvas, but also Blackboard, D2L Brightspace, Moodle, Sakai, Schoology and others.
Join our free 4 December 2019 webinar to learn how you can use Hypothesis collaborative annotation to make student reading active, visible, and social in any learning management system, now with gradebook integration.
Hypothesis is participating in OLC Live, the free online virtual conference running parallel with the OLC Accelerate 2019 conference in Orlando, Florida, USA.
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.