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  • 20
    Jun
    Workshop

    Hypothesis Summer Workshop Series 1: Grading and feedback for social annotation

    While there are multiple options for grading in Hypothesis, the importance of incentivizing participation cannot be overstated. To help spark interest in annotation, instructors need to provide clear guidelines that reward high-quality contributions. In this workshop, the Hypothesis team will present foundational components in creating either an analytic or holistic rubric for annotation, as well as establishing a framework for effective feedback. Social annotation lends the ideal format for assessing and promoting continuous learning, so join this session to gather ideas and tools to take your grading and feedback practices to the next level.

    June 20, 2024
    1:00PM–1:30PM
    Online
  • 30
    Jul
    Workshop

    Hypothesis Summer Workshop Series 2: Annotate your syllabus

    Asking your class to annotate the syllabus allows you to introduce students to social annotation in a low-stakes way. Even better, you’re providing them with an opportunity to engage with the syllabus, to share ideas, and to ask questions about the course in a way that sets the tone for engagement throughout the term. In this workshop, the Hypothesis team will review ideas and guidance for the collaborative syllabus annotation assignment.

    July 30, 2024
    1:00PM–1:30PM
    Online
  • 1
    Aug
    Workshop

    Hypothesis Summer Workshop Series 2: Annotation starter assignments

    This workshop is ideal for instructors who are interested in using social annotation in their courses but aren’t exactly sure how to provide guidance to students. The Hypothesis team will review ideas for annotation starter assignments and provide you with ready-to-use instructions for a variety of disciplines and modalities. It doesn’t matter if you’re teaching humanities, business, STEM, or the health professions, or if you’re teaching face-to-face or online — you’ll get strategies from this workshop that you can add immediately to an assignment in your course.

    August 1, 2024
    1:00PM–1:30PM
    Online

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