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The Secret to Summer Course Success: Transforming Learning Through Annotation


Elevate your summer teaching strategy with a fresh, interactive approach. Hypothesis, the premier platform for social annotation, invites you to explore the transformative power of collaborative annotation in our upcoming webinar. This session is perfect for educators aiming to invigorate their summer courses with active learning and student engagement.

Who Should Attend:

Designed with educators in mind, this workshop is ideal for those interested in integrating social annotation to enrich their summer curriculum, seeking both inspiration and practical advice on crafting compelling assignments and fostering student participation.

What to Expect:

Join the Hypothesis team for an engaging exploration of innovative annotation assignment ideas, tailor-made for the summer session. Whether it’s enhancing course materials like syllabi or experimenting with various annotation methods for reading assignments, our experts will provide the inspiration and guidance you need.

Key Takeaways:

Effective and specific strategies for educators in the humanities, business, STEM, and health sectors. Relevant advice for enhancing both traditional classroom and online summer courses. Comprehensive guides are provided to walk you through assignment setup tailored for your learning management system.

Why Attend:

This webinar is filled with insights and strategies to elevate student engagement, encourage collaboration, and foster critical analysis in your classroom. Whether you’re new to social annotation or looking to deepen your existing practices, you’ll leave equipped to implement meaningful annotation activities that transform student learning experiences.


Tuesday, April 30
1:00pm–2:00pm EDT
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