AGU and eJournalPress integrate open annotation into all AGU journals to to facilitate dialog among reviewers, editors and authors during peer review.
Editors, reviewers and scholars are recognizing the potential for open annotation to streamline and improve traditional forms of peer review and create a framework for new review practices.
Hypothesis and Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory announce the selection of Hypothesis as the primary annotation mechanism for the bioRxiv preprint service.
MIT Press adds Hypothesis annotation to their CogNet platform to offer open, standards-based collaboration tools to researchers in the brain and cognitive sciences.
Adding open, standards-based annotation to your publications is easy: learn how to integrate Hypothesis into your publishing website or platform in this next webinar in our series: Noon ET, Friday 8 September 2017.
We’re announcing the availability of a powerful new configuration for annotation groups we call "publisher groups". Now publishers can establish and manage a default branded and moderated annotation layer on their online publications.
Jon Udell and Maryann Martone from Hypothesis are leading two intensive courses on annotation in scholarly communication this summer at the FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Summer Institute (FSCI), a week-long training program at the University of California, San Diego, 31 July–4 August, 2017. Open Annotation Tools and Techniques is a hands-on workshop designed to engage [...]
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 [...]
What questions should publishers be asking about annotation providers and platforms? Learn how Hypothesis is helping publishers make their content come alive with annotation in our webinar, Noon ET Thursday 13 July, 2017.
Take a deep dive into open annotation 31 July–4 August, 2017: two intensive courses at the FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Summer Institute.