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R-MC Faculty Teaching Toolkit: Hypothesis

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 Hypothes.is

About Hypothes.is

Hypothes.is is a tool that encourages active reading, collaborative annotation and discussions around texts (PDFs and public webpages). It allows the instructor and students to annotate texts with comments, questions, equations (in LaTeX), images, videos, and URLs. It makes students' understanding of readings visible. The instructor can assess student annotations in the Canvas SpeedGrader. Hypothes.is is integrated into our Canvas LMS.

Read the article - Hypothes.is makes reading active, visible and social.

Accessing and Using Hypothes.is

 

Hypothes.is is integrated into our Canvas learning management system. The user should sign into Canvas.rmc.edu using his/her R-MC username and password. The course instructor can set up Hypothes.is readings in course Modules and Assignments

 

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Student Resources:

Pedagogy

 

Get started: Using Hypothes.is in Canvas

 

Need ideas for using Hypothes.is for teaching and learning? Check out the Hypothes.is Teacher Resource Guide; refer to “Examples” and “Assignments” sections on that website. Also visit a R-MC Canvas site https://canvas.rmc.edu/courses/9790 (R-MC username and password required).