Bring your students together with social reading

Engage your students in social reading, a pedagogical practice that uses collaborative annotation to make reading active, visible, and social. Hypothesis annotation enables students and teachers to have conversations in the margins of digital texts, helping build community, discussion, critical thinking, and a deeper understanding of readings in classrooms, on campus, and online. Drop us a line below if you’re interested in testing out Hypothesis in your learning management system (LMS), or if you’d simply like to learn more.

Hypothesis makes reading…

Watch this demo on how middle and high school teachers can use social annotation in class.