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Hypothesis Scholar in Residence Remi Kalir in conversation with Alan Levine for an Open Education Voices podcast episode about social annotation and the current use of Hypothesis to discuss the UNESCO OER recommendation.
Web annotation is on our minds at OE Global with our initiative to use this technology to add examples, commentary, and specificity to the UNESCO Recommendation on OER. That is why we were excited to have a conversation with one of the leading scholars of annotation, Remi Kalir.
An assistant professor of Education at University of Colorado Denver, Remi was a Scholar in Residence at Hypothesis, leader of the Marginal Syllabus project, and co-author with Antero Garcia of maybe The book on the topic titled Annotation published by MIT Press in 2021.
In this episode of OEG Voices we talked with Remi about the value of annotation, how it is something we do as an every day practice, and brainstormed what it could offer us in this effort to annotate this high level UNESCO document. This conversation included Nate Angell, Director of Marketing at Hypothesis as well as Paul Stacey and Alan Levine from OE Global.