About 100 technologists, hackers, publishers, scientists, scholars, and librarians from around the world gathered at Fort Mason in San Francisco, CA, for the I Annotate conference, underwritten by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Hosted by Hypothesis, the conference focused on the twin objectives of showcasing progress in the annotation toolbox and exploring how to [...]
The second annual I Annotate conference brought together the worldwide annotation community to share developments, insights, and challenges, and to forge new connections. For more, visit our companion blog post.
A dedicated group of individuals worked diligently toward a web annotation standard — the idea being that annotation is something that will be fundamental to the future of the web and should be interoperable, and eventually incorporated into browsers. The first chance for a face to face meeting of this new group came during [...]
The third annual I Annotate conference, dedicated to annotation technologies and practices. For more, visit the official I Annotate site.
The fourth annual I Annotate conference, dedicated to annotation technologies and practices, took place 19-20 May 2016. For more, visit our companion blog post.
The fifth annual I Annotate, a gathering dedicated to advancing digital annotation practices and technologies, took place in San Francisco from 3-6 May. I Annotate expanded the annotation community to include more participants from education, journalism, publishing, research, science, and technology, focusing on themes of fact checking, user engagement, and digital literacy. For more, [...]
Jon Udell and Maryann Martone from Hypothesis are leading two intensive courses on annotation in scholarly communication this summer at the FORCE11 Scholarly Communications Summer Institute (FSCI), a week-long training program at the University of California, San Diego, 31 July–4 August, 2017. Open Annotation Tools and Techniques is a hands-on workshop designed to engage [...]