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Thank you for your interest in piloting Hypothesis — we got your information and will email you about next steps.

Download a printable handout about our pilot program to share with your colleagues.

Explore annotation resources

Whether you’re teaching with digital texts, or you’re focused on web literacy or digital citizenship, you and your students can use Hypothesis to annotate course readings collaboratively.

Here are some resources to help you get started with Hypothesis:

For model assignments, product tutorials, teacher testimonials, and much more, visit our Educator Resource Guide. Direct your students to the Student Resource Guide for student-centered materials from tips for best annotation practices to inspirational poetry about marginalia.

Check out what other students are saying about collaborative annotation or see these examples of classroom use of Hypothesis.

Here are some resources to help you get started with Hypothesis:

Also check out the Student Resource Guide for student-centered materials from tips for best annotation practices to inspirational poetry about marginalia.

Start a supported pilot: We’ll help you with pedagogy and technology to incorporate collaborative annotation into teaching and learning.

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If you need more guidance, you can also search our complete knowledge base or submit a ticket to get help.