Registration for the pilot info session has now closed. Please reach out to Dr. Meg Gregory (email@example.com) with questions.
Hypothes.is is a browser extension that enables users to place a conversational layer over an entire webpage, allowing for unique collaborative, interactive engagement with the text that students have been assigned to read. It enables sentence-level annotation, notetaking, and critique on top of any assigned content available on a website. Student can annotate course readings collaboratively, share comments, and reply to each other’s comments.
The CTL will be hosting a pilot program this fall for faculty and instructors interested in trying out the more robust version of Hypothes.is that is integrated into Canvas. Join us for an informational session to learn more about various uses for this tool and about how you can sign up for the pilot program. During this virtual information session, you’ll also get a chance to try out the tool!
This informational session will be facilitated by Eryn Baker, a pedagogical support specialist from Hypothes.is and Dr. Meg Gregory, Assistant Director of Educational Development, CTL
For questions about signing up for this event or about the pilot, please contact Meg Gregory, firstname.lastname@example.org