Making Reading Active, Visible And Social With Hypothesis Annotation
Concurrent Session 6
Learn how you can add collaborative annotation activities to teaching and learning in any discipline to enable students to engage with course materials, teachers, ideas, and each other in deeper, more meaningful ways.
Over fifteen thousand classes at hundreds of schools have already been using Hypothesis collaborative annotation to enrich course activities with social reading. Join us to explore how educators are adding annotation activities to courses in different disciplines to help students read more actively, show how they are engaging with texts, and build class community.
We'll show how Hypothesis can be added to learning management systems using Learning Tool Interoperability (LTI), and the simple steps anyone can take to add collaborative annotation to course readings and integrate annotation activities into syllabi and assessments.
You'll come away from this session with a better understanding of how to bring the traditional practice of scholarly annotation into the digital age, extending its capabilities, how social reading can diversify and enrich online, hybrid, and face-to-face class activities, and how you can bring Hypothesis into your own practices.