Liquid Margins

Liquid Margins2020-08-08T12:43:54-07:00

Welcome to Liquid Margins, the show where we gather to talk about collaborative annotation, social learning, and other ways we make knowledge together.

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Episode 6: 14 Aug 2020

Back to School: Engaging Faculty With Annotation

Part 1 of a special two-part Liquid Margins, “Back to School: Engaging Faculty With Annotation,” features instructional designers discussing ways to motivate, engage, and inspire faculty around using collaborative annotation in their fall classes.

Episode 5: 7 Aug 2020

Social Learning and Sakai: Annotating Together [slides]

Tune in to Liquid Margins this week with guests Beazley Kanost from Roger Williams University and Wilma Hodges from Longsight, talking about ways to engage students more deeply in reading using collaborative annotation in the Sakai LMS.

Episode 4: 31 Jul 2020

Experimenting on the Margins: Annotating Science [slides]

This week’s Liquid Margins guests Jennifer Blake-Mahmud and Alison Koleszar, both from Colgate University, discuss effective ways to use collaborative annotation to engage students in visible, active, social discussion on science texts.

Episode 3: 24 Jul 2020

Primary Sources: Annotating History [slides]

Guests Alicia Maggard from Auburn University and Mary Klann from UC San Diego join Nate Angell from Hypothesis to talk about using collaborative annotation to engage students in visible, active, social discussion on history texts.

Episode 2: 17 Jul 2020

Good Writing Starts in the Margins: Annotation in the Composition Classroom [slides]

Guests Anna Mills from City College of San Francisco, Chris Gilliard from Macomb Community College, Nima Kianfar from Contra Costa College, and Jeremy Dean from Hypothesis share the screen for a conversation about using collaborative annotation to enable students to be more deeply engaged with reading and writing in the classroom and online.

Episode 1: 10 Jul 2020

Piloting in a Storm: Adopting New Practices in a Pinch [slides]

Hear an open discussion with Kyle Denlinger, Digital Pedagogy and Open Education Librarian at Wake Forest University, and Michael McGarry, Lead Instructional Technologist at California State University Channel Islands, sharing how they integrate new practices and tools — including Hypothesis collaborative annotation — at their institutions during the rush to support remote and socially-distanced teaching and learning.

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