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Friday, October 6 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Layered Learning: Web Annotation in Collaborative and Connected Contexts

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This panel brings together educators, researchers, and technologists to explore the intersection of web annotation and learning. Web annotation draws upon the centuries-old practice of adding marginalia to books, and extends this layer as a feature of the web allowing commentary, highlights, embedded media, and content categorization. Among web annotation technologies, the open platform Hypothesis (https://hypothes.is) distinctively supports learning, research, and collaborative knowledge production.

Sharing narratives and findings from initiatives using Hypothesis, seven panelists representing five projects will address the question: How do the open, social, and collaborative affordances of web annotation inform learning and community-building?

Hypothesis Education (https://hypothes.is/education/): Hypothesis Director of Education Jeremy Dean will establish context about the emerging role of web annotation in formal education and interest-driven learning; introduce web annotation and the Hypothesis platform; and suggest outstanding questions and learning opportunities.

Networked Narratives (http://netnarr.arganee.world): Mia Zamora and Alan Levine will share how learners in Networked Narratives - a digital storytelling and civic imagination connected course for Kean University students and open participants - leveraged annotation to explore virtual trips and narrative layers atop web content.

OER Textbooks (https://press.rebus.community/opensem/): Robin DeRosa will discuss a connected learning curriculum at Plymouth State University, highlighting how annotation activities support college students’ interdisciplinary learning when Hypothesis is integrated into open education resources (OER) via student-created textbooks.

Marginal Syllabus (http://marginalsyllab.us): Reporting on the Marginal Syllabus, an effort that convenes conversations about equity in learning via monthly annotathons, Remi Kalir will focus on a partnership with the National Writing Project’s Educator Innovator that supports openly networked professional learning via annotation.

Open Learning ‘17 (http://openlearninghub.net): Gardner Campbell will detail annotation activities incorporated into Virginia Commonwealth University’s Open Learning cMOOC - an “innovation hub” associated with the AAC&U Faculty Collaboratives initiative - highlighting annotated course texts about open learning and participatory culture.

Attendees will also be invited to annotate a webpage featuring descriptions of the panelists’ projects and research; these annotations will help guide interaction prior to and following the panel. The panel will conclude with discussion as directed by attendee questions.

Speakers
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Gardner Campbell

Assoc.Prof. of English, Virginia Commonwealth University
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Robin DeRosa

Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies; Director of Interdisciplinary Studies, Plymouth State University
My current research and advocacy work focus on Open Education, and how universities can innovate in order to bring down costs for students, increase interdisciplinary collaboration, and refocus the academic world on strengthening the public good.  I am a professor at Plymouth State... Read More →
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Remi Kalir

Assistant Professor, University of Colorado Denver


Friday October 6, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Emerald Bay DE

Attendees (23)