To kick off the Online Learning Consortium’s annual Accelerate 2020 conference, Hypothesis is holding a free workshop on collaborative annotation with members of AnnotatED. This fun hands-on event is designed to spark ideas and generate practical takeaways for using collaborative annotation in the classroom.
Hypothesis is participating in OLC Accelerate during November 2020. Join the OLC and AnnotatED communities for a pre-conference workshop and 4 days of virtual sessions focused on themes of social learning and online education.
From community colleges to Ivy League universities, 27 new institutions have signed on to formally pilot collaborative web annotation with Hypothesis as part of AnnotatED, the community for annotation in 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.
Hypothesis is participating in OLC Live, the free online virtual conference running parallel with the OLC Accelerate 2019 conference in Orlando, Florida, USA.
More new schools are launching formal Hypothesis web annotation pilots and joining AnnotatED, the community for annotation in education.
View the recording of our 14 August 2019 webinar to learn how you can use Hypothesis collaborative annotation to make student reading active, visible, 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.
Hypothesis shines at OLC Innovate 2019 with an AnnotatED summit, multiple sessions, a MERLOT award, and a shoutout from keynoter Tressie McMillan Cottom.
Join in all the annotation activities live in Colorado at OLC Innovate, 2–5 April 2019, or remotely at your convenience.