Hypothesis is the social reading/collaborative annotation tool that can be added as an activity to your Moodle site. Read more here about ways that you can use Hypothesis for class assignments. Until recently, only publicly available websites or PDF files stored in your Google Drive were able to be used with Hypothesis. Thanks to a new collaboration between Hypothesis and JSTOR, now articles available through JSTOR can be easily used within Hypothesis..
When adding a new Hypothesis activity to Moodle, click the “Select JSTOR article” link at the point where you are selecting your content. You’ll need to have already located your article in JSTOR, and have the Stable URL for the article. Paste the URL into the link field in Hypothesis and that JSTOR article will be available for students to annotate through Moodle.
For questions about using Hypothesis, contact Ariela McCaffrey (email@example.com).