Theory to Practice
Suggested Further Readings
- Fleerackers, Alice. "Comment, reply, repeat: Engaging students with social annotation," Scholcommlab, 2019.
- Scholarly article on how to incorporate digital annotation into remote learning pedagogy: "Iterating the Marginal Syllabus: Social Reading and Annotation while Social Distancing."
- Youtube video showing how to use Hypothesis with the browser plugin.
- Quick tutorial for annotating and highlighting in groups. Focuses on how to use the annotation interface, and doesn't show how to download/install the plugin.
- Slides on how to use Tags in annotations developed by Hypothesis.
Projects or Challenges to Try
- If you're interested in learning about how Hypothesis engages with other digital tools, like Omeka, Wordpress, etc, check out the list of Tools, Plug-ins, and Integrations by various developers.
- Think about the learning objectives for your course. In what ways can Digital Annotation activities reinforce these learning objectives?
- Consider the structure of your course assignments and activities. How might you incorporate Digital Annotation into your course (e.g. as homework, participation, assessments, peer-review, final projects, etc.)?
- Consider Digital Annotation as one component (among others) of an online learning plan. How might asynchornous Digital Annotation engage with other elements of an online course, such as synchronous class meetings or other asynchronous assignments?