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Sakai 21 - Hypothesis: How do I recreate a Hypothesis assignment?

Important: The Hypothesis annotation feature will no longer be available for Sakai course sites after June 30, 2023. More details are available in this KnowledgeBase article.

 

How do I recreate a Hypothesis assignment? 

Generally, there are two occasions when an instructor needs to recreate a Hypothesis assignment: (1) if the instructor had inadvertently deleted the assignment on a Lessons page or (2) when the instructor seeks to copy course content from one site to another. The second scenario is due to the constraint where Hypothesis assignments from the originating site will not be readily available for immediate use and must be re-created on the new site.

Scenario 1: If you inadvertently deleted the assignment:

Create a new Hypothesis assignment with the original document; any previously entered annotations will be preserved. If the original Gradebook item associated with the deleted assignment still exists, use the same name when recreating the Hypothesis item. This will associate the new Hypothesis assignment to the existing Gradebook item along with any grades previously entered.

For details on creating a Hypothesis assignment see How do I add a Hypothesis annotation assignment?

Scenario 2: If you are importing content to another site:

After completing the course content copy process, find the copied Hypothesis assignment on the new site.

Click the Hypothesis assignment link to select a website or PDF for annotation per the instructions in How do I add a Hypothesis annotation assignment?

Note: If you had selected Gradebook as part of the course content copy process, Hypothesis gradebook item(s) will be copied to the new site. To associate the new Hypothesis assignments with those gradebook items, you must use the same assignment titles to match the gradebook item’s name when recreating the Hypothesis assignment.

For details on creating a Hypothesis assignment see How do I add a Hypothesis annotation assignment?



Keywords    Doc ID118834
OwnerSean H.GroupPacific Lutheran Univ
Created2022-06-03 08:14:27Updated2023-10-09 14:25:43
SitesPacific Lutheran University
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