Hypothesis for Engaged Reading and Collaborative Annotation

How can educators encourage meaningful engagement with digital texts? How can we facilitate discourse between students and help our students connect their academic experiences to life outside the classroom? How can we bring discussion closer to the text itself, instead of relying so heavily on the standard discussion forum?

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to use the open source tool Hypothesis (https://web.hypothes.is) for collaborative web annotation. Together, we’ll explore examples of how this tool can be used to promote collaboration, deep reading, and connected learning. Participants will also learn to use Hypothesis integration in Canvas to create annotation assignments.

Contact: Kyle Denlinger, denlinkd@nullwfu.edu

Register for any of the following times:

  • Tuesday, June 16th, 3pm – 4pm
  • Thursday, June 18th, 10am – 11am
  • Wednesday, June 24th, 3pm – 4pm
  • Thursday, June 25th, 10am – 11am
  • Wednesday, July 29th, 11am – 12pm
  • Thursday, July 30th, 3pm – 4pm
  • Tuesday, August 11th, 11am – 12pm
  • Thursday, August 13th, 3pm – 4pm

Register here