The Digital Annotation for Learning and Scholarship workshop runs from January 23 through February 3, 2017. The learning experience is asynchronous, and so you should participate at your own pace. However, for folks who would like to know what’s in store, here’s a quick calendar of posts and events (including the due date for optional projects and our live chat).
Please note that the live videoconference will be hosted in Zoom. If you do not already have a Zoom account, you will be asked to download the client.
- Workshop opens.
- Sign up for Hypothes.is and play around with annotation.
- Familiarize yourself with the final project.
- Read “Welcome to the Margins” and “To Read or Not to Read: Haptics, Digital Texts, and Finding Friends“
- Read and annotate “Attention! Multitasking, Mindfulness, and Social Reading“
- Read and annotate “Reading is Lonely, Reading is for Lovers”
- Read and annotate “Marginalia Central: Social Annotation as Discussion Forum“
- Join the live videoconference with Sean and Jeremy at Noon Eastern / 9:00AM Pacific
- Watch Jeremy Dean’s discussion of the Hypothes.is project
- Read and annotate “There Are No New Directions in Annotations” by Jason B. Jones
- Turn in final project by today to receive feedback from MiddAnnotate group
- Read and annotate “Marginalia on the Open Web”
- Complete and submit your final projects
- Workshop closes