Hypothesis partners with multiple organizations to bring peer review to preprints using collaborative annotation.
BMC has partnered with Hypothesis and Research Square to enable open annotation for community feedback in their new publication platform, In Review.
Highlights from Hypothesis' collaboration with publishers, projects, and researchers to integrate annotation into open access for scholarship.
Atypon and Hypothesis are collaborating to offer open, interoperable annotation in the Literatum eReader.
How Open Commenting on Preprints Can Increase Scientific Transparency: An Interview With the Directors of PsyArxiv, SocArxiv, and Marxiv
An interview with three preprints services directors on using annotation in open science research, peer review, and publication, republished from the Center for Open Science.
The open-access journal Murmurations collaborated with the Public Knowledge Project to launch open peer review using Hypothesis annotation on the Open Journal Systems platform.
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.