Starting in August 2021, instructors will be able to assign Hypothesis-powered readings using Canvas’s Groups capability, enabling learners to annotate together in different group configurations for different class needs.
When class sizes are so big you can do the stadium wave, barriers to teaching and learning arise. Beyond the lecture halls and video calls, we can use digital tools to engage everyone in social learning.
The Hypothesis LMS app now integrates with gradebooks in any LMS that supports IMS LTI, including not only Canvas, but also Blackboard, D2L Brightspace, Moodle, Sakai, Schoology and others.
Join our free 4 December 2019 webinar to learn how you can use Hypothesis collaborative annotation to make student reading active, visible, and social in any learning management system, now with gradebook integration.
The Hypothesis LMS app for Instructure Canvas now integrates with SpeedGrader, enabling teachers to easily view, assess and comment on student annotations.
Our webinar, held on Wednesday 14 August 2019, focused on the simple steps to start using collaborative annotation in your class in Instructure Canvas with Hypothesis. Watch the webinar on YouTube.
We’re proud to announce that Cal State Channel Islands and Davidson College have joined as the first formal partners in the new Hypothesis LMS App Pilot Program.
Hypothesis announces support for collaborative annotation in all major Learning Management Systems with automatic provisioning of student accounts.
Install our NEW, official Canvas app! In our first Canvas webinar introducing the Hypothesis app, we didn't have enough time to discuss the most interesting aspect of collaborative annotation: its pedagogy. On 19 April, we reconvened to focus more on what actually happens when working with this new technology in the classroom, hearing directly from educators currently implementing [...]
Let's be honest, discussion forums are a great idea—we all want students to engage more with their assigned readings and with their classmates. But “discussion” forums fail at precisely what they claim to do: cultivate quality conversation. Collaborative annotation assignments are a better way to encourage students to engage more deeply with course content and with each other. Using Hypothesis, instructors can make PDFs and web pages hosted in Canvas annotatable. You may have missed our live webinar on 4 April 2017, but you can watch the recording and view the slides to learn more about the pedagogical value of collaborative annotation and be given a guided tour in setting up and using the Hypothesis tool in Canvas.