iAnnotate 2014
Building a community to enable the annotation of the
world’s knowledge
Annotation
the practice and the result of
adding a note or gloss to a
text, which may include
highlights or underlining,
c...
PeerLibrary: What comes
after open access?
• Open Scholarship
• Knowledge Layer
• Accessible Science
• Social Annotation!
...
Open Annotation Data
Model
• Consider a variety of use cases
• Consider edge cases
• Consider extensibility
Annotation
• Set of connected resources
• Body
• Target
• Body related to Target
• Nature of this relationship
changes acc...
iAnnotate conference format
• Succession of short talks (30
over 2 days)
• Open Space sessions from
2pm
• Hack days
Annotation who’s who
• hypothes.is (Dan Whaley, Peter Brantley & Randall Leeds)
• W3C (Doug Schepers & Ivan Herman)
• Open...
annotator.js
• Open Source Javascript library (https://github.com/
openannotation/annotator/)
• Based on open standards ef...
eLife
• Pre-publication enhancement of peer review
processes
• Design workshop
• A new ALM (Alexander Garcia - NanoTweets....
Shared values
• Lots of github accounts
• Lots of sharing of experiences
• Common aims
Links
• http://iannotate.org/2014/
• http://hypothes.is/
• http://www.w3.org/2014/04/annotation/
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iAnnotate 2014

  1. 1. iAnnotate 2014 Building a community to enable the annotation of the world’s knowledge
  2. 2. Annotation the practice and the result of adding a note or gloss to a text, which may include highlights or underlining, comments, footnotes, tags, and links
  3. 3. PeerLibrary: What comes after open access? • Open Scholarship • Knowledge Layer • Accessible Science • Social Annotation! • Real-time Collaboration
  4. 4. Open Annotation Data Model • Consider a variety of use cases • Consider edge cases • Consider extensibility
  5. 5. Annotation • Set of connected resources • Body • Target • Body related to Target • Nature of this relationship changes according to the intention of the annotation
  6. 6. iAnnotate conference format • Succession of short talks (30 over 2 days) • Open Space sessions from 2pm • Hack days
  7. 7. Annotation who’s who • hypothes.is (Dan Whaley, Peter Brantley & Randall Leeds) • W3C (Doug Schepers & Ivan Herman) • Open Knowledge Foundation (Nick Stenning) • UC Berkeley, Stanford, Harvard, MIT • RapGenius, Logos Bible Software • ArXiv, AGU • http://iannotate.org/2014/attendees.html
  8. 8. annotator.js • Open Source Javascript library (https://github.com/ openannotation/annotator/) • Based on open standards effort in the W3C’s Open Annotation community working group • Allows annotation of text, images and more
  9. 9. eLife • Pre-publication enhancement of peer review processes • Design workshop • A new ALM (Alexander Garcia - NanoTweets.com) • What is interesting in the paper? • What are the hot topics in the paper? • The conversation is the aggregator
  10. 10. Shared values • Lots of github accounts • Lots of sharing of experiences • Common aims
  11. 11. Links • http://iannotate.org/2014/ • http://hypothes.is/ • http://www.w3.org/2014/04/annotation/
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