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.
Using groups with open, standards-based annotation in your publications is easy: learn how to integrate Hypothesis into your publishing website or platform in this next webinar in our series: 8–9am PT/11am–12pm ET, Wednesday 30 January 2019.
Open access publisher MDPI launches open-source annotation across all journals including customizations and integration with local user accounts.
University of California Press and Hypothesis are collaborating to offer annotation across Collabra: Psychology, the official journal of the Society for the Improvement of Psychological Science.
Hypothesis expands group configurations to offer new models for collaborative annotation.
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: 11am ET, Tuesday 23 October 2018.
Authors, researchers and readers will now be able to annotate in branded and moderated discussions on APA PsycNET for updates, links to additional resources and interactive post-publication commentary.
Learn about the new annotation groups capabilities Hypothesis just launched in partnership with science publisher eLife.
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.
Up until now, Hypothesis users have been able to annotate, reply to, and read through annotations. These basic capabilities have generated an explosion of activity: as of yesterday, our community has created a total of 882,053 annotations! With this release we're introducing two key features to help you navigate this new layer of information spreading across the web: Search now makes it easy to filter all annotations by keyword, tag, group, or linked page. Profiles finally provide a true home for users and groups—both for themselves, and for others that want to explore their annotations.