Annotating Papers for the ASA’s “Pedagogies of Dissent” Conference

The idea for having pre-conference and post-conference conversation/collaboration that Jeremy Dean suggests here is exactly the kind of use case I have been looking for.  I think that annotation is a learning end in itself, but I also want it have some extrinsic value as well.  I don’t want the notes to just sit on a digital shelf gathering electronic dust.  That is what most of my annotations are doing.  These simple collaborations go a long way toward satisfying me.

Besides, the papers sound interesting

I repeat: the idea of annotating before a conference AND THEN using those annotations to bring an alt conversation to that conference is exactly the ‘next level’ I have been hoping for from Hypothes.is. Annotations need to be used!  They have instrumental value beyond intrinsic social and personal ones.

 

One Reply to “Annotating Papers for the ASA’s “Pedagogies of Dissent” Conference”

  1. I’m there reading, and annotating a bit. It feels a bit too much like academic mumbo jumbo, but I too like the idea of annotations becoming something else in this kind of project.
    Kevin

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