Hypothesis is a social annotation tool that is fully integrated with Moodle. Using Hypothesis, instructors can make PDFs and websites annotatable. Students can annotate course readings collaboratively, sharing comments and replying to peer’s comments.
Join us for one or more of the following workshops to learn more about using Hypothesis to increase student engagement and create community in online and in-person courses. RSVP via the links below.
Activating annotation with Hypothesis in Moodle (30 minutes)
This is a great introductory workshop if you’re new to adding Hypothesis as an external tool to your readings in Moodle.
Using multimedia & tags in annotations (30 minutes)
This workshop walks you through how to increase engagement by adding multimedia and tags in annotations.
Using Hypothesis with small groups (30 minutes)
This workshop focuses on the options for using Hypothesis in small groups, and it covers how social annotation can be used to create a more collaborative learning environment.
Show-and-tell participatory workshop (30 minutes)
This workshop will help instructors who have already been using Hypothesis more fully leverage all of its features. Come to this session with one or more examples of an effective and meaningful annotation assignment that your students completed. Think of this as a professional learning community session for brainstorming and sharing.
Creative ways to use social annotation in your courses (30 minutes)
This workshop covers a variety of discussion protocols and active-learning strategies that can help make social annotation even more fun and engaging for you and your students.
Don’t worry if you can’t attend live. Registrants will receive the recorded sessions.
If you have any questions, please email!
Ariela McCaffrey, firstname.lastname@example.org