Hypothesis Webinar with Rachel Rigolino, Wed. September 29 from 4:00-5:00 p.m. via WebEx

Come learn about the social annotation tool we are piloting this semester at SUNY New Paltz.

Hypothesis is embedded in Blackboard, it works well with OER materials, pdfs and websites, and we have a free trial for the semester.

For your reference (and for those that were unable to attend), here are the slides and the recording from today’s workshop. Feel free to pass these resources on to any colleagues that may be interested in learning more.

From the website….

Make reading active, visible, and social

Are you interested in increasing student engagement, expanding reading comprehension, and building critical-thinking and community in classes? Collaborative annotation makes reading active, visible, and social, enabling students to engage with their texts, teachers, ideas, and each other in deeper, more meaningful ways.