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Join us for a webinar on how to leverage Hypothesis social annotation to enhance your experience with JSTOR articles. Social annotation allows you to engage with articles in new and collaborative ways, making the reading experience more interactive and impactful.
With Hypothesis, you can highlight, comment, and ask questions directly on the article, allowing for a collaborative reading experience that goes beyond the page. Share your annotations with peers, instructors, or colleagues, and engage in meaningful discussions that expand your understanding of the article’s content.
In this webinar, we will explore the benefits of social annotation and demonstrate how to use Hypothesis to annotate JSTOR articles. We’ll share tips and best practices for collaborating with others through annotations, and show you how to effectively use annotation to improve your research and understanding of a topic.
You’ll leave this webinar with a deeper understanding of how social annotation can transform your JSTOR reading experience, and the skills to apply this knowledge to your research and courses. Don’t miss this opportunity to unleash the power of collaborative reading with Hypothesis social annotation!