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18 July, 2017
Heather Staines describes the work of Hypothesis, which promotes annotation capability across the web.
App Ed Review
18 July, 2017
Hypothes.is is a web tool that allows users to annotate online text and webpages. After registering with the Hypothes.is and logging in, users next need to paste the address of the website they wish to annotate into the box. Hypothes.is then loads the website in its shell. To annotate the website, users must first select text with their mouse, and then they can choose to highlight the text in color and/or annotate it. The “Highlight” option places a color overlay on the text, so it stands out when users view the website. The “Annotate” option allows users to add notes, images, stylized text, links, and tags in the margin next to the selected text.
The Scholarly Kitchen
Ask The Chefs: If You Were A VC Investing In Scholarly Communications, Where Would You Be Placing Your Bets?
13 July, 2017
With so many mergers and acquisitions around us, as well as the consistently high levels of interest in innovation, how can we anticipate what will stick and what won’t?
6 July, 2017
How the EIC.network’s decentralized platform enables reporters to securely collaborate across borders.
28 June, 2017
Annotations are going to be transformative for publishing. They’ll soon become something we take for granted, and we’ll wonder how we ever lived without them.
PARAMETERS, The Social Science Research Council
26 April, 2017
A vibrant conversation is underway about how research data should be curated, managed, and shared.
25 April, 2017
University of Minnesota faculty Bodong Chen describes the role Hypothesis annotation played in his experiments to incorporate collaboration in a graduate course: In this design case, an instructor architected a digital learning environment to facilitate collaborative discourse in an online graduate-level class. Given traditional Learning Management Systems offer uninspiring support for dynamic social interactions, the designed environment harnessed emerging technologies in open textbooks, web annotation and team communication to foster a collaborative learner discourse that was dynamic, distributed, and coherent. The purpose of this paper is to describe the designed digital environment, as well as key design decisions leading to the designed environment.
9 March, 2017
Today we are announcing a partnership to bring open, collaborative, cross-platform annotation to eBooks. Together with NYU Libraries, NYU Press, Evident Point, the Readium Foundation and the EPUBjs project, Hypothesis will be working to bring annotation to EPUB, the standard format for digital books.
28 January, 2017
Climate scientists and technologists are collaborating on fighting fake news with a site called climatefeedback.org.
27 January, 2017
Climate scientists have volunteered by the dozens to review the accuracy of stories about climate change. Now they're collaborating with computer experts to develop ways to scan the internet for fake and misleading stories about climate.