Review our webinar from Wednesday, 21 February 2018 to learn about the new annotation groups capabilities Hypothesis launched in partnership with science publisher eLife. We explored how publishers can now offer dedicated groups to tailor the annotation experience on their content and enable authors, editors, invited experts, and readers to engage in discussion directly on the version of record.
Hypothesis Director of Partnerships Heather Staines led the webinar, starting with a short presentation giving an overview of Hypothesis annotation capabilities and new options for groups and UI customization. We had plenty of extra time to discuss questions and implementation scenarios with attendees.
You may have missed the live webinar, but you can watch the recording below or on YouTube and view or download the slides to learn more about group options and integrating annotation into your publications. When you’re ready, contact Hypothesis and join other organizations using open annotation with their publications.
- Register and propose presentations for I Annotate 2018: 6–7 June in San Francisco.
- Demos, including on EPUBs
- API documentation
- More on the collaboration with eLife
- Hypothesis code repository
- Jon Udell on Annotating Web Audio
- Embedding TV News in Open Annotations
- Hypothesis Annotation for Publishers webpage
- 10 Questions Publishers Should Ask About Annotation Providers and Platforms
- Embedding Hypothesis in platforms and websites
- About the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards for annotations
- The Annotating All Knowledge coalition
- Contact Heather Staines, Hypothesis Director of Partnerships
- Hypothesis for Developers webpage
- Get started annotating with Hypothesis