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Thursday, June 17, 2021
1:00 pm-1:45 pm Pacific / 4:00-4:45 pm Eastern

Online via Zoom

Led by Becky George from, this workshop will include:

  • discussion of how collaborative annotation with Hypothesis can be used to make student reading visible, active, and social
  • demonstration of how teachers are using annotation-powered reading to empower student writing, helping students develop these foundational academic skills
  • sharing effective pedagogical practices for collaborative annotation of course readings in Canvas and integrated with the Canvas gradebook
  • discussion about how collaborative annotation can be used in specific disciplines and with their specific teaching and learning objectives.

Participants will have an opportunity to try out H+ in Canvas and can expect to come away from this session with a clear idea about how they can start incorporating collaborative annotation into their Canvas courses to improve student success.

Additional Resources

Annotate your Syllabus 3.0, Remi Kalir

Liquid Margins – produces a series with pedagogical and disciplinary lens on use of collaborative annotation, social learning, and knowledge creation

Additional guides

To RSVP for the Workshop do these 3 things below:

Register for Webinar

This will open a new tab to to register for the Zoom sessi0n. Upon registration, the Zoom link will be shared with you.

2. Enroll in the Canvas Sandbox

This will take you to Middlebury’s Canvas LMS and will be used on the day of the Webinar.

3. Complete the DLINQ registration below for event updates and follow-up information.

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