Chris Shaw joins our product team, where he’ll coordinate how to augment Hypothesis to move social annotation forward. Learn about Chris's career arc, why he’s excited about Hypothesis, and his takes on bots, community building, huskies, and more.
Our LMS app now enables annotation on PDFs stored in Microsoft Sharepoint and OneDrive, adding to our existing capabilities to annotate public web pages and PDFs stored in Google Drive, Canvas Files, and Blackboard’s Content Collection.
Building community around a community-building tool: How eCampusOntario is expanding social annotation with Hypothesis across an entire province.
Hypothesis now has over a million users. How did we get here? By making reading active, visible, and social for the world.
A special guest post by Dr. Remi Kalir, our inaugural scholar in residence, and second in our series about our large-scale research collaboration at Indiana University, investigating how social annotation improves student reading and writing practices.
A special guest post by Dr. Justin Hodgson, Associate Professor of English at Indiana University Bloomington, and first in our series about our large-scale research collaboration at IU, investigating how social annotation improves student reading and writing practices.
Blackboard schools can now enable a feature to store PDFs for annotated readings easily and securely in each course’s Content Collection.
Hypothesis is offering schools free pilots through September. Find out more and start making reading active, visible, and social.
Canvas Groups integration is here! Find out what that means for courses, both large and small.
Thanks to all annotators for helping us reach a new milestone: 25M annotations — and counting. Learn what we've been doing lately and what's on our horizon.
Talk with us about adopting open annotation at your organization.
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