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Thursday, May 28 • 3:45pm - 5:15pm
Annotation Studio: Collaborative Online Annotation for Education

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Annotation Studio is a collaborative online annotation tool for teaching and learning in the humanities, developed at Hyperstudio, Center for Digital Humanities at MIT.

This is a workshop for educators, administrators, librarians, developers and technologists interested in exploring the affordances and implications of annotation as a tool for learning.

We’ll open with a walkthrough of the tool and its functionality, which will provide a foundation for discussion of how a simple tool with a focused range of functionality can underpin a wide range of pedagogies in a wide range of domains and learning environments.

The walkthrough will be followed by a hands-on session, in which all participants will take on the roles of readers, writers, and instructors. Through this exchange of roles, all will gain a comprehensive understanding of the functionality of the tool.

Participants will then choose one of two breakout sessions — one on pedagogy and theory or one on development and deployment — to discuss their more particular areas of interest in greater detail.

Speakers
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Kurt Fendt

Principal Research Scientist, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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Jamie Folsom

Web Applications Developer, MIT Hyperstudio
Jamie Folsom is a web applications developer and instructional designer with expertise in the development of useful and usable technology tools. He has extensive experience teaching with and about technology, managing technology projects, and building web sites and applications. | | He is lead developer at Hyperstudio, center for the Digital Humanities at MIT, where he builds web tools for teaching and research, and an independent consultant... Read More →

Designated Tweeters
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Lisa Maruca

Associate Professor, Wayne State English


Thursday May 28, 2015 3:45pm - 5:15pm
Room 104 Kellogg Center

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