In our second webinar dedicated to annotation for publishers on 8 September 2017, we focused on how easy it is to integrate annotation into publications. During the webinar, Director of Partnerships Heather Staines and Director of Marketing Nate Angell talked about how to embed annotation in any platform or website and more advanced support and customization options with Hypothesis. Participants had plenty of questions, so more than half of the recording is Heather and Nate discussing a variety of topics related to making annotation a central part of publications and the publishing process.
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 integrating annotation into your publications. When you’re ready, contact Hypothesis and join other organizations using open annotation with their publications.
- Contact Heather Staines, Hypothesis Director of partnerships
- Embedding Hypothesis in platforms and websites
- Hypothesis for Developers webpage
- 10 Questions Publishers Should Ask About Annotation Providers and Platforms
- Hypothesis Annotation for Publishers webpage
- About the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards for annotations
- The Annotating All Knowledge coalition
- Our annual I Annotate conference
- Get started annotating with Hypothesis
Looking ahead, we’ve already heard some topics of interest for future webinars like those below, but would we’d love to hear your suggestions about what’s most important to you.
- Hypothesis partners and use cases
- Annotating EPUBs
- What the W3C web annotation standards mean for publishers
- Annotation applications for researchers
- Annotations as research objects
- Annotation for education publishers
- Annotation for the humanities and social sciences
- Annotation for STM (Science Technology and Medical) publishers