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This session explores web annotation as a strategy for teaching and learning. You will be introduced to Hypothes.is, which allows individuals and groups to publicly or privately discuss any web page—from the popular press to literary works and scholarly journal articles. By creating annotations and participating in interpretive conversations, students develop traditional close reading skills, as well as newer forms of digital and media literacy. Participants will gain hands-on experience creating annotations using Hypothes.is and leave with specific strategies to use Hypothes.is in the classroom.

Date:
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Time:
11:00am - 12:30pm
Location:
Digital Studio Room 205
Campus:
Chestnut Hill Campus
Categories:
Digital Scholarship

Event Organizer

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Chelcie Rowell

Hi! I'm the Digital Scholarship Librarian & History Liaison at Boston College’s O’Neill Library.

Digital Scholarship