THIS IS A PAST EVENT.

Group Annotation Activities with Hypothesis in Canvas

THIS IS A PAST EVENT.

Group Annotation Activities with Hypothesis in Canvas

The Hypothesis social annotation tool in Canvas allows instructors and students to collaboratively annotate texts and have discussions in the margins. Social annotation helps foster close reading and makes student thinking more visible, in addition to establishing a sense of community.
In this workshop, we'll explore the various ways to facilitate large and small group activities in Hypothesis, including:

Creating assignments compatible with Canvas Groups (including small group activities and one-to-one annotation assignments)
Annotating with Sections in Canvas
Creating lightweight, flexible, or ad-hoc small group activities using Tags in Hypothesis

We’ll discuss the benefits and limitations of each method, how each might be implemented in the classroom, and why you might choose one method over the others.
This workshop will assume a basic understanding of Hypothesis in Canvas, but all are welcome to attend. For a basic introduction, check the PDC for introductory offerings, or view the official Hypothesis documentation:

Using the Hypothesis LMS App with Assignments in Canvas
Using the Hypothesis LMS App with Modules in Canvas
Grading Student Annotations in Canvas

Wednesday, August 18, 2021 at 10:00am to 11:00am

Zoom

Event Type

Training & Professional Development

Departments

Z. Smith Reynolds Library, Administrative, Professional Development Center

Target Audience

Faculty, Staff

Website

http://pdc.wfu.edu/event/16287/

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