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Our View From 20 Million Annotations

Hypothesis annotators just made their 20 millionth annotation, not even a year after we marked 10 million annotations. And what a year it’s been! Social annotation was already growing rapidly before the pandemic moved us even more online. As we've hit 10M, 15M, and now 20M annotations over the last months, it's clear that [...]

By |2021-02-23T13:13:29-08:00February 19th, 2021|

Using Hypothesis Social Annotation in Blackboard

Using the Hypothesis app hosted in Blackboard, instructors can make PDFs and web-based articles annotatable. Students can then annotate their course readings collaboratively, sharing comments, replying to each other’s comments, and learning in community. Instructors can also create annotation assignments using Hypothesis so that students submit their annotation “sets” for grading. Collaborative annotation assignments [...]

By |2021-02-08T15:26:43-08:00February 4th, 2021|

Liquid Margins 17: Sharing the Page: Building Community With Annotation

Members of the #DHReads community join Liquid Margins to talk about how they use social annotation in their digital humanities virtual reading group. Andy Boyles Petersen from Michigan State University, Arun Jacob from the University of Toronto, and Hayley Stefan from the College of the Holy Cross share their experiences using Hypothesis as a [...]

By |2021-02-18T15:39:11-08:00January 22nd, 2021|

Liquid Margins 16: Community in Composition: Annotation and English Education

Justin Hodgson, Associate Professor of Digital Rhetoric in the English Department at Indiana University, will guest moderate Liquid Margins 16, Community in Composition: Annotation and English Education. He will be joined by guests Laura Rosche, PhD candidate in English (Rhetoric) at Indiana University; Alex Penn, visiting lecturer at Indiana University; and Remi Kalir, Assistant [...]

By |2021-02-18T15:40:47-08:00January 15th, 2021|