Annotation and Annotating

If you are familiar with annotation and doing it with Hypothesis, you can add notes at any time by selecting one of the six language versions of the Recommendation on OER.

But if this is new to you, we provide next a brief introduction to annotation and a place to practice using Hypothesis. Then we provide a bit more detailed guidance to annotating the Recommendation on OER.

Read on to think about annotation and how every day activities you currently do might be considered annotation. Then you can annotate our discussion of annotation!


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