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GPB MediaOperation: Annotation
November 17, 2016
Just recently Francis Ford Coppola, the director, released an entire book filled with his notes as he was making the movie. That’s right. Even the director of The Godfather engaged in annotation.
KQED LearningEmbracing Annotations: The Know How
November 17, 2016
In my previous post I outlined what students should be annotating for in a complex text or novel. But what about the how?
journalism.co.ukTool for journalists: Hypothes.is, a Chrome extension for annotations
October 26, 2016
Hypothes.is can help journalists collaborating on a project or investigation to collect, organise and discuss their research in one place.
journalismfund.euNews – New tool for (collaborative) digital annotation of websites
October 20, 2016
Non-profit organization Hypothes.is wants to bring a new, conversational layer of digital annotation to the web. Investigative journalists are a community that can make powerful use of it.
Freedom to Tinker (hosted by Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy)Open Review leads to better books
October 5, 2016
My book manuscript, Bit by Bit: Social Research in the Digital Age, is now in Open Review. That means that while the book manuscript goes through traditional peer review, I also posted it online for a parallel Open Review. During the Open Review everyone—not just traditional peer reviewers—can read the manuscript and help make it better.
Scholarly KitchenAnnotations as Peer Review: An Interview with Maryann Martone of Hypothes.is
September 22, 2016
Almost exactly three years ago, The Scholarly Kitchen posted a podcast with Peter Brantley about the then relatively new start-up, Hypothes.is. Find out what the organization is up to now, and why they believe in the power of annotation as a form of peer review.
PoynterAnnotation might be the future of fact-checking
May 25, 2016
Climate Feedback, a scientist-led effort to "peer review" the world’s climate journalism, is closing in on its $30,000 crowdfunding target. A successful conclusion to the campaign would bolster one of the most prominent efforts yet to conduct fact-checking via web annotation.
BookBusinessThe Future of Ebook Annotations Is Near & the Possibilities Are Endless
May 13, 2016
Hypothes.is’s Dan Whaley and EPUB.js lead developer Fred Chasen envision a future where consumers can participate in ongoing and real-time discussions within the ebooks they’re reading.
The New York Times Dot EarthScientists Build a Hype Detector for Online Climate News and Commentary
May 3, 2016
As longtime readers know, a prime focus on Dot Earth has been testing ways to clarify disputes over consequential science — a need that’s amplified in complex arenas laden by persistent uncertainty.
Newsweek Tech & ScienceWITH WEB ANNOTATION, YOU CAN COMMENT ON ANY PAGE—BUT SHOULD YOU?
April 30, 2016
Earlier this year, a group of climate scientists were outraged about a Wall Street Journal editorial. In an earlier era, they might have written a letter to the editor, or meekly submitted their opinion piece for publication. Instead, they did what scholars have long done in academic circles: they annotated the WSJ broadside.