AnnotatED

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The community for annotation in education

Hypothesis stewards the AnnotatED community of educators, researchers, and technologists from organizations that engage deeply with collaborative annotation as a transformative practice in teaching and learning.

We invite you to get involved any time in our “AnnotatED” events, and when your institution is ready to engage formally with annotation practices and technologies, join us officially as a participant in the coalition by starting an annotation pilot or some other formal collaboration.

Activities

  • Engage directly with the Hypothesis education and technical teams to test new capabilities and help shape the roadmap.
  • Collaborate with peers to share annotation practices and research, starting with the AnnotatED collaborative bibliography.
  • Participate in research studies on social annotation in education as a part of our interdisciplinary research program.
  • Attend the I Annotate conference for free, which includes presentations, hands-on workshops, unconferencing, and a do-a-thon/hack day.
  • Join and share at AnnotatED virtual and live events, coinciding with major edtech and digital pedagogy conferences throughout the year.

Connect

Chat: AnnotatED participants connect in the #education channel of the Annotating All Knowledge slack community. Join the AAK slack, or if you’re already a member, log in.

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Contact us: email education@hypothes.is with your questions and suggestions.

Events

Upcoming

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Check out Liquid Margins, the regular show where we gather to talk about collaborative annotation, social learning, and other ways we make knowledge together. Join the conversation live by RSVPing for future episodes, or visit recordings to see past shows.

Subscribe to get notified when AnnotatED event details and registration are available.

Past

Liquid Margins, the regular show where we gather to talk about collaborative annotation, social learning, and other ways we make knowledge together.

LMS App

Install the Hypothesis LMS App in your LMS and learn more about our pilot program for educational institutions.

Learning Analytics for Annotated Courses

How often do teachers or students ask questions? How often are questions answered, or not? How often do teachers ask questions answered by students, students ask questions answered by teachers, or students ask questions answered by students? Annotation data can provide these and other insights.

Participants