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Annotate PRO Pricing

Annotate PRO (AP) is free forever – create as many Libraries as you’d like, use them in Microsoft Word, Google Docs, Canvas LMS, Google Classroom, Gmail, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Outlook (web), Schoology, D2L Brightspace – almost anywhere you can type.

When you sign up you’ll get immediate access to our advanced content and features which will help you create great feedback faster while measuring impact and holding students accountable.

The trial period is 14 days during which you’ll have full use of our College Edition and Legal Writing Edition Libraries plus advanced features like the Feed, Analytics, Double Wide SidebarComment Histories, Sub-Groups, Google Translate and Forms.

Annotate PRO’s advanced features and content are FREE to all individual educators through December 31, 2020! We want to help you all transition to teaching more online and make it easy to experiment. 

To license AP as an individual simply click the gear icon in the main menu, then choose Account & Store. You’ll see Libraries and features you can license and the status of your subscription(s). 

Institutions can license AP, making it easy to create, share and measure the impact of great feedback.

Find the plan that is right for you and contact us if you have any questions

Individual Pricing:

You purchase AP from inside the app – just visit Account and you’ll see options to license AP as an empty vessel to fill with your own brilliance and a growing list of expert feedback libraries we offer to help you get started.

All prices shown are US$.

 

Institutional Pricing:

Institutions can bring Annotate PRO to groups of faculty large and small. We also support tutoring with controls over editing and extending Libraries.

Note: we have specific pricing for Law Schools, recognizing the specialized nature of our Legal Writing Edition Library and the intense needs of teaching legal writing!

Contact us to have a conversation about your needs and craft a solution. Our typical engagements are for a number of instructor ‘seats,’ but if your initial goal is more strategic (rolling out a writing across the curriculum initiative to 150 faculty) we can offer substantial discounts beyond the pricing you find here.

Setup is dead easy – we can have you going by this afternoon! All prices shown are US$.

Add our College Edition Library…

230+ Comments covering college-level academic writing and research, from comma splices to counterargument, that will accelerate and improve your feedback to students within seconds. Of course you can modify and extend to suit your needs…

Number of Comments in the College Edition Comment Library!

Exec Editor Accounts:

Exec Editors have all the features of an instructor account with the added ability to formally share libraries. Exec Editors can put a Library or Libraries into instructors’ accounts and see the resulting usage of those libraries. Comments created with these libraries will appear in the Exec Editor’s Feed.

Canvas, Gmail, Outlook, Teams, Schoology, Brightspace & Google Docs toolbars:

Annotate PRO for Chrome includes optional toolbars that make it easy to access Comment Libraries and insert content with a single click.

Custom Domains:

We can add specific URLs to Annotate PRO so our toolbars appear in more solutions than Bb, Canvas, and Google Docs. For instance, in your advising system or other student communication platforms.

Formal Sharing:

Annotate PRO Admins can create and share a Library with controls over other users’ ability to extend and customize these libraries. Libraries shared formally can be default choices for all users.

Informal Sharing:

Individual users can create Libraries and choose to share those libraries for others to discover and use.

Library Editing:

End-users, if granted permission by a Library Author, can extend a Library by customizing individual Comments, adding new Groups, and entirely new Comments.

The Feed:

Annotate keeps a history of feedback created, making it easy to create new reusable comments from previously created manual comments, review feedback provided to a specific student, and gain oversight of the dialog happening in your classroom and potentially across your institution.

Analytics:

Annotate can aggregate and summarize data created – by Library, user/instructor, recipient (student), time period, comment, group of comments etc.