Recording a million annotations every quarter, Hypothesis is now seeing exponential growth year over year, powered by educational use.
Early research at Simon Fraser University suggests that social annotation has impressive educational benefits, helping with reading comprehension, peer review, motivation, attitudes toward technology, and much more.
More new schools are launching formal Hypothesis web annotation pilots and joining AnnotatED, the community for annotation in education.
The Hypothesis LMS app for Instructure Canvas now integrates with SpeedGrader, enabling teachers to easily view, assess and comment on student annotations.
View the recording of our 14 August 2019 webinar to learn how you can use Hypothesis collaborative annotation to make student reading visible, active, and social in the Instructure Canvas learning management system.
Learn more about what's happening with annotation in open education at the OERizona and OpenEd19 events starting in October 2019.
Last week we hit 6M total historical annotations (having announced the 5M annotation milestone overall only in mid-March). Hypothesis is now recording a million annotations every quarter. We ended June with 5,849,284 total annotations, which was a significant increase over the prior month with the largest increase month-to-month in the category “shared in groups”. During [...]
Indiana University, long an innovator in educational technology, is now partnering with Hypothesis to experiment with collaborative annotation in teaching and learning.
Watch Gardner Campbell's keynote and explore annotation's role in education, journalism, publishing, and scholarship after 30 years of web history at the seventh annual I Annotate conference.
We are proud to announce the formation of Invest in Open Infrastructure (IOI) — a new initiative to dramatically increase the amount of funding available to start, grow and sustain open scholarly infrastructure.