#621 Hypothes.is [1/2]: Make reading active, visible, and social

Hypothesis is a digital annotation tool that allows anyone to add, view, and respond to comments on pretty much any public webpage. It is a great tool and is available for free.

To get started you need to sign up for a free account and add Hypothes.is to your browser. Once you’ve done that you can start annotating webpages. From a teaching and learning perspective, Hypothes.is allows you to hold discussions, read socially, organise your research, and take personal notes. For example, you could assign reading to a group and they could do annotate the webpage and reply to each other’s comments.

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