Explore all the proceedings from I Annotate 2018, the sixth annual conference for annotation technologies and practices.
On 1 June 2018, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation approved a 2-year $2M grant, Scaling Annotation in Scholarship and the Humanities, to Hypothesis to support feature enhancements for its annotation software and activities related to the expansion of its humanities user base.
Cambridge University Press, the Qualitative Data Repository and Hypothesis are honored to announce that their joint project, Annotation for Transparent Inquiry, is a finalist for the 2018 ALPSP Awards for Innovation in Publishing.
The American Diabetes Association (ADA), HighWire Press, and Hypothesis announce the launch of a branded annotation layer to communicate updates to ADA’s Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes.
Michigan Publishing announces a collaboration with Hypothesis to integrate open annotation with Fulcrum, the new ebook publishing platform.
Johns Hopkins University Press has partnered with Hypothesis to bring standards-based annotation layers to Modernism/modernity, the official journal of the Modernist Studies Association published on JHUP's Print Plus platform.
All journals published on Pensoft's ARPHA platform now offer open annotation to enable academic discussion and foster collaboration in the spirit of open science practices.
On 21 February 2018 we held a webinar to demonstrate the new annotation groups capabilities Hypothesis launched in partnership with science publisher eLife. We explored how publishers can now offer dedicated groups to tailor the annotation experience on their content and enable authors, editors, invited experts, and readers to engage in discussion directly on [...]
Major preprint services convene to initiate broad discussion about annotation in preprint workflows and toolchains, with an early focus on peer review, user identity and versioning.
Two organizations collaborate to advance open annotation capabilities and integrate them in a leading open science publication.