Posts tagged "annotation"

Three examples of annotations, bookmarking, & sharing in my digital commonplace book

I've been experimenting with some IndieWeb philosophies and tools on this site, but more importantly on my breadcrumbs website. My breadcrumbs website is my digital commonplace book. This is inspired by the website philosophy & structure developed by Chris Aldrich. My purpose is to switch up my relationship with others and social media networks while doing more to own…

Fostering online research & discussion using Hypothesis

Hypothes.is is a free, open source annotation app that aims to build a peer review layer for the internet. Hypothesis allows you to annotate (adding notes giving explanation or comment) or highlight content on texts across the internet. This allows you to individually or collaboratively research openly online. This research and discussion might take on multiple…

Help Debunk the Digital Native Myth

For Week Four of the Connected Learning MOOC we were to "hack our writing." I chose instead to hack the writing of one of the members of my PLN on G+. I've once again been working to debate, or debunk the Digital Natives myth. I believe that it is almost to the point of damaging…