How Do You Annotate Your Class?
The Chronicle’s ProfHacker Lee Skallerup Bessette blogged about annotations tools to use in the classroom, including Annotation Studio.
Locating Lascars: The Old Bailey Online and the Maritime World of the Indian Ocean
The University of Pennsylvania’s Ian Petrie blogged about Locating Lascars, a project in which integrated research using Old Bailey Online and Annotation Studio.
Teaching Literature with New Digital Tools
MIT OpenCourseWare featured Annotation Studio in an article on using digital tools in literature courses.
Online Annotation and the Future of Reading
HyperStudio’s Kurt Fendt joined MIT’s Wyn Kelley and Poetry Genius’ Jeremy Dean at CMS/W’s Communication Forum to discuss how online annotation is changing practices of reading and enriching practices of teaching and learning. You can watch this fascinating discussion on MIT’s TechTV.
Collaborative Teaching: Teaching Close Reading with the MIT Annotation Studio
Rachel Arteaga, a PhD Candidate in English and a Fellow in the Certificate of Public Scholarship at the University of Washington, posted the results of her class’s use of Annotation Studio to HASTAC. Students were overwhelming positive towards their use of Annotation Studio, and Arteaga highly recommends Annotation Studio.
In April of 2014, Kurt Fendt, Jamie Folsom, Liam Andrews, and Rachel Schnepper of the HyperStudio team attended iAnnotate 2014 in San Francisco. Once again, Jamie Folsom was invited to give a presentation on Annotation Studio. You can see his presentation here.
HyperStudio Digital Humanities at MIT
Appoet.org presents a brief description of the digital humanities projects developed by HyperStudio, include Annotation Studio.
Teaching Annotation using MIT’s Annotation Studio
Rachel Arteaga, a PhD Candidate in English and a Fellow in the Certificate of Public Scholarship at the University of Washington, developed a lesson plan and handout for using Annotation Studio in a composition class. She then posted this lesson plan to HASTAC.
New Annotation Studio Tools Translate Ancient Practice into the Digital Age
MIT News talked with the creators of Annotation Studio about how it is empowering readers and writers, both in and beyond the classroom.
Working with Annotation Studio in First-Year Composition
Ethna D. Lay, Assistant Professor of Writing Studies and Composition at Hofstra University, used Annotation Studio in her Fall 2013 First-Year Composition course. She asked her students to reflect upon their experiences using Annotation Studio on their class blogs. You can read their thoughts here.
In April of 2013, Kurt Fendt and Jamie Folsom attended iAnnotate 2013 in San Francisco, CA., where they were invited to give a presentation on Annotation Studio. You can watch their presentation here.