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ID Showcase – Hypothesis

Instructional Design Showcase – Hypothesis

Information on registering for the February 2, 2023 showcase.

Hypothesis is one of the social annotation tools that have been integrated into Bruin Learn. This showcase demonstrates the set-up, ideas, and pedagogical strategies for using Hypothesis for different subjects and modalities.

The session explains how to get started with Hypothesis and set up assignments in the tool. We also discuss how Hypothesis supports learning from the perspectives of critical thinking, simplicity, community, and inclusion. In addition, the session explores the ideas and pedagogical strategies for UCLA faculty to use social annotation to engage students in teaching and learning. UCLA faculty join to informally share how they implements Hypothesis for social reading assignments in their course.

Presenters: 

Prof. Adam Millard-Ball is Professor of Urban Planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and Acting Director of the UCLA Institute for Transportation Studies. His research and teaching touches on transportation, the environment, and urban data science.

Ashley Hood, Ed.M, is the Customer Success Manager at Hypothesis.

Questions and Answers for the showcase: Instructional Design Showcase Questions

For additional Hypothesis workshops and office hours: Getting Started with Hypothes.is for UCLA

Instructional Design Showcase – Hypothesis

February 2 @ 10:00 am 11:00 am

This is an online event  

Register to receive the Zoom link and calendar invitation

What to Expect in this Showcase

In this Hypothesis showcase, we will demonstrate how to get started with this social annotation tool and share UCLA faculty’s experience using the tool.

The Hypothesis training team will offer the following resources and support:

  • A sharable document of Getting started – UCLA and Hypothesis
  • UCLA faculty’s experience of using Hypothesis as a student engagement solution:
    • Dr. Adam Millard-Ball, Professor of Urban Planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and Acting Director of the UCLA Institute for Transportation, will informally discuss how he implements Hypothesis for social reading assignments in his courses.
    • Ideas for using Hypothesis for teaching and learning
  • The pedagogical strategies of using the tool for different subjects and modalities.

Presenters: 

Prof. Adam Millard-Ball is Professor of Urban Planning at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs and Acting Director of the UCLA Institute for Transportation Studies. His areas of research and teaching are transportation, the environment, and urban data science.

Ashley Hood, Ed.M, is the Customer Success Manager at Hypothesis.

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