AnnotatED: Making Reading Active, Visible and Social With Collaborative Annotation
Concurrent Session 5 & 6 (combined)
In collaboration with the Online Learning Consortium and AnnotatED, the community for annotation in education, Hypothesis is convening a free virtual workshop on social annotation at OLC Innovate 2022.
To participate in this free virtual workshop, please register online.
Note: You do not need to be a registered attendee of OLC Innovate 2022 to participate in this workshop. Hypothesis will send registrants virtual connection information prior to the workshop. Registered OLC Innovate attendees will, however, also be able to access the workshop through the workshop session link through the OLC Innovate 2022 conference platform.
The workshop will start with a quick orientation to collaborative annotation for social reading: What is it, and how are people using it to enrich online, face-to-face, and hybrid learning?
Then we’ll shift to a hands-on activity to explore, discuss, and augment readings selected by our special guest educator, Dr. Jenae Cohn, Director of Academic Technology at California State University, Sacramento, focused on topics related to her OLC Innovate 2022 keynote: Imaginative, Strategic, Sustainable: A Call for an Online Learning Future Designed for Students’ Lived Experiences.
We’ll practice reading together to see firsthand how social annotation can build understanding, connections, and community. Our conversation will be anchored in text — literally — and spread out to engage other texts, ideas, and people beyond the workshop itself.
For our collaborative annotation before, during, and after the workshop, Dr. Cohn has selected an excerpt from her book, Skim, Dive, Surface: Teaching Digital Reading. Workshop participants will be able to read the excerpt from Dr. Cohn’s book and annotations already added to its margins, and join the conversation by creating a free Hypothesis account and reply to annotations or post their own.