[[jenae cohn]]

"but what do I do with a reading?"

[[digital reading]]: 5 ways of engagement

[[Pasted image 20210621190857.png]]

"when you are sewing, you usually follow a [[pattern]]. if you are more of an expert like a [[project runway]] contestant, you use patterns to guide you. social annotation provides scaffolding to engage with digital text."

[[Pasted image 20210621191148.png]]

[[digital literacy]] development in three parts by [[coiro 2015]]:

[[Pasted image 20210621191248.png]]

[[Pasted image 20210621191347.png]]

[[Pasted image 20210621191452.png]]

The most advanced users have "a self-directed confidence in transforming strategies used in more familiar contexts into new strategies that are more useful in less familiar literacy contexts."

Creation-driven prompts.

[[Pasted image 20210621191635.png]]

[[Pasted image 20210621191655.png]]

[[cherise mcbride]]

"making things visible: annotation and digital pedagogy"

[[Pasted image 20210621192126.png]]

It's an opportunity to have a conversation. It carries some [[risks]]. Social annotation is [[thinking publicly]]. Partnership with [[marginal syllabus]].

[[Pasted image 20210621192227.png]]

Why to annotate? "It's an [[act of love]] because of one's commitment to stay in relationship with the creator and other readers and observers."

[[Pasted image 20210621192359.png]]

Risks:

[[Pasted image 20210621192811.png]]

Collegiality:

[[Pasted image 20210621192913.png]]

(Missed some slides here due to technical problems.)

[[paul schacht]]

Ways of annotating: explicate contextualize argue converse connect message opine.

[[William James]]!

[[Pasted image 20210621193629.png]]

[[gardner campbell]] [[i annotate 2019]] on knowledge emotions: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-uuWcmzpgw (thank you [[nate angell]]!).

[[Pasted image 20210621193910.png]]

Site was preseeded with annotated Walden:

[[Pasted image 20210621194038.png]]

[[word cloud]]:

[[Pasted image 20210621194137.png]]

Harding's verbs:

[[Pasted image 20210621194249.png]]

Other readers:

[[Pasted image 20210621194301.png]]

Harding is interested in historical time, sees in numbers. More in the concrete than the abstract.

[[Pasted image 20210621194430.png]]

Debra's comment expresses a knowledge emotion plus says what's interesting about it, yet doesn't feel like a forced explanation:

[[Pasted image 20210621194707.png]]

[[prompts]]

[[Pasted image 20210621194757.png]]

[[chris aldrich]] posted a feed: https://hypothes.is/search?q=%22reminds+me+of%22

[[courtney kleffman]]: "What occurs before and after the annotation moment also drives how students view its purpose within the learning process. I often ask student to engage in metacognitive reflection post social annotation. It's not graded, but leads to something else."

[[Pasted image 20210621195544.png]]

(great conversation in the panel and in the chat)

[[metacognition]] and [[reflection]].

[[paul schacht]] have them look at other people's annotations. Have students rifle through their own past annotations; marks in their books. Try to characterize the marks that they made; think about what they were trying to accomplish

What's your favourite annotation tool?

[[Pasted image 20210621200846.png]]

[[Pasted image 20210621201134.png]]

@Flancian, I see your question in the Q&A and may not have a chance to respond out loud. I'll typically put citation managers, note-taking tools (e.g. Evernote, Notion, OneNote) in the toolkit
citation mangers tend to be Zotero, Mendeley, and, when I've worked at institutions with librarians that support it, RefWorks and EndNote