In Hypothesis 101 on Wed 31 March 2021, we’ll introduce the Hypothesis annotation tool and show how collaborative annotation can transform your classroom, making reading active, visible, and social.
Indiana University and Hypothesis announce a large-scale, multi-year research study exploring how social annotation impacts undergraduate reading and writing in different English courses.
Check out these seven steps for successful pilots, drawn from our experience working with schools adopting collaborative annotation while moving to support remote and socially distanced teaching and learning.
Scientists, scholars, funders, publishers, and technologists from all over the world convened to enhance the value of research data by making them FAIR: Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable. Attendees gathered in Berlin to be a part of the important conversation to connect FAIR to digital annotation and data at the second annual Annotating All [...]
In our first webinar dedicated to annotation for publishers, we posed 10 questions you should ask about annotation. During the webinar, former Director of Partnerships Heather Staines and CEO Dan Whaley talked about how Hypothesis answers those questions for publishers as the provider of an open, interoperable annotation platform. The webinar also included an [...]
The Annotating all Knowledge coalition gathered in Portland to begin the work of defining, designing, and implementing a common framework for scholarly collaboration. Members of the coalition include publishers, platform providers, librarians, standards makers, and technologists who share a common interest in annotation of all scholarly content for the benefit of scientists, humanists, students, [...]
A dedicated group of individuals worked diligently toward a web annotation standard — the idea being that annotation is something that will be fundamental to the future of the web and should be interoperable, and eventually incorporated into browsers. The first chance for a face to face meeting of this new group came during [...]