Reputation Workshop: 2012

Thanks to a generous grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation we hosted a workshop on February 22-24, 2012, in San Francisco at the Fort Mason Center, in order to share with and learn from key members of the academic, nonprofit, and commercial sectors who research and use reputation systems. Learn more on the [...]

Climate Annotation Workshop

ClimateFeedback.org aims to organize the community of climate scientists to annotate online media and provide readers and authors with in-situ feedback about the scientific credibility of information. Our own Dan Whaley spoke at the Climate Feedback workshop on December 18th. The following morning, Hypothesis hosted a morning annotation meet-up at the Hypothesis Project HQ [...]

A Coalition for Scholarly Annotation

The Annotating all Knowledge coalition gathered in Portland to begin the work of defining, designing, and implementing a common framework for scholarly collaboration. Members of the coalition include publishers, platform providers, librarians, standards makers, and technologists who share a common interest in annotation of all scholarly content for the benefit of scientists, humanists, students, [...]

Dive Into Open Annotation at FORCE11 2017 Summer Workshops

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 [...]

Preprint Services Gather to Explore an Annotation Future

On Thursday, 25 January 2018, representatives from many of the major preprint servers and other related organizations gathered in person and remotely to discuss annotation use cases around preprint content. The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation generously hosted this session in their offices at Rockefeller Center in New York City and also provided valuable context [...]

AnnotatED at OERizona and OpenEd 2019

We traveled to Glendale Community College in Glendale, Arizona, for OERizona, a free day-long workshop the day before the 2019 Open Education Conference (30 Oct–1 Nov), where participants engaged in hands-on activities with open education. Practitioners from around Arizona, the USA, and beyond came together to make meaningful change in their open education community. [...]

Mark Up the Margin: AnnotatED Workshops at OLC Innovate 2020

To kick off the annual conference, Hypothesis held a free workshop on collaborative annotation with members of AnnotatED. This engaging, hands-on event sparked great ideas and generated practical takeaways for using collaborative annotation in the classroom and beyond. The reports we heard from practitioners in the field and the live annotation sessions with OLC [...]