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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.

Collaborative Reading: How Social Annotation Can Transform Your JSTOR Experience

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 […]

Using Hypothesis Social Annotation in Blackboard Learn

In this webinar, presented in partnership with Blackboard Learn and led by Dr. Jeremy Dean, attendees will learn how to make readings annotatable using the Hypothesis app, how to instruct students to submit their annotations, and how to grade those annotations in Blackboard Learn. 

Three Days of Focussed Annotation

Add your voice to the margins during this free three-day (30 Nov through 2 Dec) event hosted by Open Education Global to annotate the Building Capacity Action Area of the UNESCO Recommendation on OER.

Podcast Event: Talking Annotation With Remi Kalir

Inaugural Hypothesis Scholar in Residence Remi Kalir in conversation with Alan Levine for an OEG Voices podcast episode about social annotation and the current use of Hypothesis to discuss the UNESCO OER recommendation.