In this video, we will focus on an open pedagogical practice known as social annotation. One frequently used social annotation tool is Hypothesis, which can enable the sort of collaborative meaning-making that leads to learning.
This video was made possible by micro-grant funding from the Association for Psychological Sciences.
- Urooj Nizami, MISt, MA, Open Education Strategist, Consultant
- Darryl Loke, Student, Video Director
- Teagan Robinson, Illustrator
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