Webinar: Collaborative Web Annotation with Hypothesis in Canvas
Watch our 14 August 2019 webinar where Director of Education Dr. Jeremy Dean demonstrated new Hypothesis capabilities in our LMS app that enable teachers to provide feedback on student annotations directly in Instructure Canvas SpeedGrader. Now you can view and grade a single student’s annotations in place on top of a reading assignment or in the context of annotations by other students. This new functionality makes it even easier for teachers to use annotation to connect student reading to learning. During the webinar, Jeremy showed how Hypothesis enables teachers to add collaborative annotation to class assignments to make student reading visible, active, and social. Jeremy also led a conversation with a panel of four educators who already use Hypothesis in Canvas and shared how they build annotation into teaching and learning: Dr. Julia Kantor, Senior Instructor at University of Colorado Denver, Dr. Lorna Gonzalez, Instructional Designer & School of Education Faculty at California State University Channel Islands, Dr. Meegan Kennedy, Associate Professor at Florida State University, and Spencer Greenhalgh, PhD, Assistant Professor of Information Communication Technology at the School of Information Science, University of Kentucky.