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Collaborative Web Annotation with Hypothesis in Canvas
Join our free webinar, 11am–12pm PT/2–3pm ET on Wednesday 14 August 2019, focusing on the simple steps to start using collaborative annotation in your class in Instructure Canvas with Hypothesis, the organization that brought the world open-source, standards-based annotation and runs the largest service of its kind with over 250K users and 6.5M annotations.

During the webinar, Director of Education Dr. Jeremy Dean will show how Hypothesis enables teachers to add collaborative annotation to class assignments to make student reading visible, active, and social. Jeremy will also be joined by a panel of educators who use Hypothesis in their Canvas courses and will share 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

Spencer Greenhalgh, PhD, Assistant Professor of Information Communication Technology at the School of Information Science, University of Kentucky

The webinar will cover everything you need to know about why and how to start using collaborative annotation in your blended or online classes, including a demo of annotation capabilities, specific examples from real classrooms, and how to get started working with Hypothesis by installing our LMS app in Canvas and kicking off a supported Hypothesis pilot at your school. We’ll also have plenty of time to discuss questions and ideas from you and other attendees.

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Aug 14, 2019 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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