Collaborative Learning with Digital Annotation Tools (DEI)
University of Michigan School of Public Health
M1123 SPH II, 1415 Washington Heights Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029

Are you looking for ways to incentivize pre-class reading? Improve your students’ close reading skills? Kickstart class discussion? Facilitate peer review or collaborative writing projects? Social annotation tools are shifting the traditional paradigms by providing ways for instructors and students to share observations, questions and contextual information in the margins of an online text--creating community, increasing participation and comprehension, and improving learning in the process. In this workshop, we’ll look at various social annotation tools (Hypothes.is, Perusall, Annotation Studio, Lacuna, NowComment, Diigo, …) and we’ll discuss how we can integrate them in our instruction. This workshop is eligible for 1 CPE credit. Facilitators: Frédérique Laubépin and Wes Cummins

SPH Instructional Services

Collaborative Learning with Digital Annotation Tools (DEI)

icon to add this event to your google calendarJanuary 29, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
M1123 SPH II
1415 Washington Heights
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2029
Sponsored by: SPH Instructional Services
Contact Information: Frederique Laubepin, Instructional Services, Ph: 734-936-1248, Email: flaubepi@umich.edu
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Are you looking for ways to incentivize pre-class reading? Improve your students’ close reading skills? Kickstart class discussion? Facilitate peer review or collaborative writing projects? Social annotation tools are shifting the traditional paradigms by providing ways for instructors and students to share observations, questions and contextual information in the margins of an online text--creating community, increasing participation and comprehension, and improving learning in the process. In this workshop, we’ll look at various social annotation tools (Hypothes.is, Perusall, Annotation Studio, Lacuna, NowComment, Diigo, …) and we’ll discuss how we can integrate them in our instruction. This workshop is eligible for 1 CPE credit. Facilitators: Frédérique Laubépin and Wes Cummins