Screenshot from Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion

On March 4, a panel of guests joined Nick Swinehart for a discussion centered around using Hypothesis as a tool for social annotation in language classes.

Click here to watch the discussion


0:00 – Introduction by Nick Swinehart

3:13 – Technical Overview by Sarah McDaniel, UChicago Academic Technology Solutions

17:20 – Panel discussion: Pedagogical how and why of using Hypothesis for social annotation (Nicole Burgoyne, German; Maeve Hooper, German; Shiva Rahmani, German; Colin Shelton, Latin)


From UChicago Academic Technology Solutions:

Join the Hypothesis Pilot – the best way to receive training and support from ATS staff.

ATS blog post on social annotation and Hypothesis

Sign up for 30-minute training session: “Getting Started with”

Panel discussion hosted by Remote Humanities on December 9, 2020 (similar to the panel discussion linked above, but not specific to language teaching

From our panelists:

Maeve’s slides

Nicole’s slides

Colin’s screenshots of Latin assignments

From Hypothesi.s:


Hypothesis & Perusall comparedplease note that this is from the Hypothesis team, so should not be confused with an unbiased comparison