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Building Open Learning Networks with Hypothesis

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Digital Research Scholarship Conference, Bucknell University, October 12 2019

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Building Open Learning Networks with Hypothesis

  1. 1. Guiding Questions: • How do participants use the affordances of Hypothesis? • What are the social and interactional dynamics? • How do these interactions contribute to enhancing understanding of OER? Social Annotation/Open Web Annotation: • Annotation as a social practice (Novak, et al., 2012) • Promotes learner engagement (Fleerackers, et al., 2019; Hollett & Kalir, 2017) • Builds metacognitive skills (Fleerackers, et al., 2019; Hollett & Kalir, 2017) • Open source • Web-based (e.g., Chrome, Firefox, Safari) • Annotate web pages • Share annotations • Engage in conversations w/other “annotators” BUILDING OPEN LEARNING NETWORKS WITH HYPOTHESIS Phil Tietjen, Ph.D. | Stockton University philip.tietjen@stockton.edu

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