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Liquid Margins 43: Mastering the Craft and Unleashing the Power of Instructional Annotations


Dr. Jeremy Dean
Dr. Jeremy DeanVice President, Education, Hypothesis
Dr. Marcia Goods
Dr. Marcia GoodsSr. Professional Lecturer, Anthropology, DePaul University
Daniel Hutchinson, Ph.D.
Daniel Hutchinson, Ph.D.Associate Professor, History, Belmont Abbey College
Dr. Lisa Delissio
Dr. Lisa DelissioProfessor of Biology, Salem State University
Denise Faim
Denise FaimProfessor of English, Springfield Technical Community College

Do you want to transform the way you engage students and stimulate active learning?

Join us for “Liquid Margins 43: Mastering the Craft and Unleashing the Power of Instructional Annotations” on August 1st at 12 PM ET, an exploration into how educators themselves annotate the margins of course texts to bring their readings alive for students and inspire student engagement.  

Get ready to dive deep into pedagogical strategies. From instructors who create annotations as signposts or discussion prompts on a reading to those who focus on responding to student questions and comments to further the conversation, you’ll learn best practices for instructional annotation from active Hypothesis educators.

Join us as we uncover how these small notes in the margin can lead to major breakthroughs in learning.


1 Aug
12:00pm–1:00pm EDT
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