Join OLC Innovate 2021 keynoter Dr. Rajiv Jhangiani and the AnnotatED community for a free pre-conference workshop on social annotation and a special episode of Liquid Margins.
Indiana University and Hypothesis announce a large-scale, multi-year research study exploring how social annotation impacts undergraduate reading and writing in different English courses.
Hypothesis just reached its 10 millionth annotation. Half of those have happened in the last year.
ESSOAr now offers Hypothesis annotation on their prepublication platform for early research outputs.
Cambridge University Press is launching Hypothesis social annotation on key Cambridge Core publications to support annotations from authors and editors at the Press and the wider scholarly community.
Hypothesis records 8 million annotations after widespread use of our LMS app in higher education.
Recording a million annotations every quarter, Hypothesis is now seeing exponential growth year over year, powered by educational use.
Early research at Simon Fraser University suggests that social annotation has impressive educational benefits, helping with reading comprehension, peer review, motivation, attitudes toward technology, and much more.
Watch Gardner Campbell's keynote and explore annotation's role in education, journalism, publishing, and scholarship after 30 years of web history at the seventh annual I Annotate conference.
Hypothesis held a webinar on Thursday, 9 May 2019, that brought together scholars to discuss current and future research on how annotation is being used in the English and composition disciplines, and what research shows — or could show — about the impact that digital collaborative annotation can have on student success. Watch the [...]