Announcing a coalition of educational content creators, technology platforms, service providers, and stakeholder groups coming together in support of cross-platform social learning.
The Hypothesis LMS app is now fully WCAG AA 2.0 accessible — the latest step in the critically important work of including everyone's contributions.
Cambridge University Press, the Qualitative Data Repository and Hypothesis are honored to announce that their joint project, Annotation for Transparent Inquiry, is a finalist for the 2018 ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing.
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.
Anyone working on or with educational technology should take the work of Audrey Watters—widely known as the "Cassandra" of #edtech—very seriously. If your work withers under Audrey's critical gaze, you've got more work to do. In that spirit, I wanted to hold Hypothesis up to the kind of scrutiny that Audrey might provide. Back in 2012, Audrey posted "The Audrey Test": Or, What Should Every Techie Know About Education? on her must-read Hack Education blog. The Audrey Test includes a short list of questions that she suggests every #edtech project, product, or company should answer in order to meet the high expectations we should all hold when we are working on educational tools that engage in what we should think of as "high stakes environments with other people's children." How does Hypothesis fare in The Audrey Test?