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In the world of social annotation, there’s always something new to learn and discover. The Hypothesis team leads and participates in a wide range of events – from insightful webinars to industry conferences. Follow along and join us to stay at the forefront of online collaboration.

Liquid Margin 46: Boosting Grades, Retention, and Engagement with Social Annotation – Experiences from Cerritos College and CUNY Kingsborough

https://youtu.be/2N9am-UEcpA     Welcome to a new episode of Liquid Margins, the video podcast by Hypothesis that dives deep into the world of social annotation and its impact on education. This episode, titled "Boosting Grades, Retention, and Engagement with Social Annotation," will feature a compelling discussion with Professors Francie Quaas-Berryman and Kristin Polizzotto from Cerritos […]

Liquid Margins 45: AI and the Future of Learning – Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities

https://youtu.be/eyrnhYe3N4I Dive into the forefront of educational innovation with our latest Liquid Margins episode, “AI and the Future of Learning - Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities”.  Scheduled for Thursday, February 15, at 1pm ET, this episode is set to provide an in-depth exploration of the transformative role and evolving impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the […]

Liquid Margins 44: Marginal Notes, Major Impact – Boosting Comprehension with Social Annotation

https://youtu.be/4d9PEt1jUG8Join us for an exploration into the groundbreaking research from Nicholas Denton, senior lecturer of pharmacy education and innovation at Ohio State University. During this episode of Liquid Margins, we'll traverse the challenges Professor Denton faced with his students, especially when confronted with intricate research-oriented texts, and their imperative need for research literacy. We’ll dive […]

Liquid Margins 40: Leveraging Social Annotation to Enhance Open Educational Resources

In this episode, "Liquid Margins 40: Leveraging Social Annotation to Enhance Open Educational Resources", we will explore the benefits of using Hypothesis to annotate OER, such as promoting active learning, amplifying student voice, fostering collaboration, and creating more personalized and inclusive learning experiences. Watch and discover the power of social annotation for open education!

Liquid Margins 35: Annotation Lab: Social Reading and STEM

How does social annotation help build community and foster student success for STEM majors? Join us for Liquid Margins 35, “Annotation Lab: Social Reading and STEM,” for a conversation with educators teaching with the margins.