Starting now, and through the week of October 7, we invite everyone to join us in annotating Lina Mounzer’s haunting piece, War in Translation: Giving Voice to the Women of Syria. We will do this using a private Hypothes.is group because the article has so many public annotations already (you can take a peak, but the sheer number of annotations is making it heavy).
Everyone is welcome to join, and Hypothes.is is a really easy platform to use.
Steps to join:
- If you do not have a Hypothes.is account, please go to their website and join. It’s a really quick process. Here are some guidelines on how to use it.
- Once you have a Hypothes.is account, join the Unboundeq group via this link: https://hypothes.is/groups/drd7q2JL/unboundeq
- To start annotating the article, go to this link and start adding your annotations to the UnboundEq group and NOT public/private. Only annotations that are comments will appear to others. Your highlights are private.
To make sure your annotations go to the Unboundeq private group, go to the menu that says Public at the top, and choose Unboundeq. Then when you start annotating, make sure your annotation is posted to Unboundeq.
See screenshots below from an Android phone:
If you have any questions, please Tweet to @unboundeq or @bali_maha or @miazamoraphd