From the post:
I’ve been working and writing a lot lately about using the web annotation tool hypothes.is for public scholarship. It has a lot of cool uses ― not only the collaborative annotation of individual web pages, but also the creation of a public research notebook, and the possibility of linking hypothes.is with other apps through the use of their open API.
Based on that work, I’ve created two tools to help people make fuller use of hypothes.is in their work as public scholars. This post is the first in a two-part series introducing and explaining those tools.