Upcoming Hypothesis Trainings

CTL support

For Spring 2023, the CTL is offering several Introduction to Hypothesis sessions for those looking to get started with Hypothesis.

We are also available for individual consults and walkthroughs. Contact us at ctl@wustl.edu or check out our guide to teaching with Hypothesis.

Hypothesis workshops 

In addition, Hypothesis is offering workshops on a variety of topics (30 minutes each).

  • Annotation starter assignments: Friday, January 6, 2023, 12pm CT/10am PT
    • This workshop is ideal for instructors who are interested in using social annotation in their courses but aren’t exactly sure how to provide guidance to students. The Hypothesis team will review ideas for annotation starter assignments and provide you with ready-to-use instructions for a variety of disciplines and modalities. It doesn’t matter if you’re teaching humanities, business, STEM, or the health professions, or if you’re teaching face-to-face or online — you’ll get strategies from this workshop that you can add immediately to an assignment in your course.
  • Activating Annotation with Hypothesis in Canvas, Tuesday, January 10, 2023, 12pm CT/10am PT
    • This is a great introductory workshop if you’re new to adding Hypothesis as an external tool to your readings in Canvas. In addition to sharing pedagogical best practices for social annotation, we will demonstrate how Hypothesis is used with course readings in your LMS. Participants will gain a clear understanding of how to start incorporating social annotation into their courses to improve student outcomes. These sessions are great introductions to using Hypothesis and social annotation in your courses. (30 minutes)

You can find more upcoming workshop offerings and register for topics such as using multimedia & tags in annotations, creative ways to use social annotation, social annotation for STEM subjects, and more on the Hypothesis Partner Workshops page.