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Wake Forest News

4 August, 2020
For four weeks this summer, biostatistics professor Lucy D’Agostino McGowan gathered virtually with a group of other Wake Forest University professors to read the latest research on teaching online, learn how to use digital tools to increase student engagement and debate best practices for inclusive instruction. She annotated articles using Hypothesis, recorded videos on Voice Thread and experimented with Zoom breakout rooms.

Suzanne Thompson

24 July, 2020
Overview of how students can annotate on a Hypothesis PDF / website their instructor has posted in Canvas. This method shows an example that was created using the Canvas-Hypothesis integration. Student does not need to create a Hypothesis account.

Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching

11 June, 2020
The strategies listed above are hopefully a useful starting point for planning hybrid and socially distanced classes this fall. This isn’t meant to be a comprehensive list! We encourage you to add your ideas in the comments below or via Hypothesis annotations.

EdTech With Adam

22 May, 2020
This video is a part of a series on collaborative annotation where I will be showing you how to do collaborative annotation in a few of the most popular collaborative annotation apps on the market.

Share Knowledge Network

20 May, 2020
¿Y cuál es su propósito? Subrayar o anotar, destacando ideas y hacer relación de textos que se comparten y se socializa para fomentar la comprensión lectora, el trabajo en equipo, la revisión de textos y su interpretación. También facilita lecturas hipertextuales, en pocas palabras: ¡Te ayuda a aprender!


15 May, 2020
What is If you install the extension, you can annotate any website you'd like. You will still be able to annotate public exegesis posts if you don't have the extension, however, because I've installed the plugin directly into the site. For now, I plan on using it as the de facto comment system for exegesis.

Bodong Chen

11 May, 2020
Importantly, our Hypothesis annotations were created within the context of each article, and the relationships between our codes and the original content were preserved. For each article, the annotations are both summarized on the group page and remain embedded in the annotated document.

EdArXiv Preprints

10 May, 2020
A wide range of web annotation technologies is represented in this review. Some tools are custom-built, with sophisticated functionalities that provide unique scaffolding (Chen and Chen, 2014; Eryilmaz et al., 2013). However, there are also studies that adopt tools that are readily available, such as Diigo, Hypothesis, and even Google Docs.


8 May, 2020
The majority of our record 10 million annotations has been created by people reading together, moving us closer to a shared vision of transforming teaching and learning through social reading. Across all annotations the numbers are remarkable:

Rosario Rogel-Salazar

15 April, 2020
El objetivo de este video es explicar cómo funciona la herramienta, para la anotación de textos web y cómo funciona la anotación social de textos.