Wednesday, August 11, 2021: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Hypothes.is (https://web.hypothes.is/) is a digital tool that enables students and instructors to collaboratively read and annotate PDFs and web pages. When used inside of Moodle, Hypothes.is makes this marginalia open to all users in a course, thereby transforming reading and meaning-making into a collaborative, shared experience. This workshop will forefront various instructional uses of social annotation and research on the ways in which Hypothes.is supports student learning across disciplines. Feedback from Colgate faculty and students who have used Hypothes.is in their courses will also be provided. Workshop participants will learn how to create Hypothes.is enabled readings inside of a Moodle course through an interactive demonstration of the tool.
This session will take place as a Zoom meeting. Participants will receive the link to join the meeting via their confirmation email.
At the end of the workshop, participants will know how to:
Understand the affordances of social annotation to promote student engagement in and completion of course readings
Identify various instructional uses of Hypothes.is
Utilize support resources for implementing Hypothes.is in your course
Prepare their assigned readings to be made available online in a format that is compatible with Hypothes.is
40 minutes plus 20 minutes for Q+A and instructional consultations.
Overview of the Hypothes.is tool and the pedagogy of social annotation
Example assignments, activities and other instructional uses of social annotation with Hypothes.is
Instructional design recommendations for the creation of activities and assignments using Hypothes.is
Interactive demonstration of creating Hypothes.is enabled readings in Moodle
Zoom Session (online)
Zoom connection link will be included in the email confirmation.