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Annotate PRO | Overview

How important is personalized, detailed feedback to learning?

Both receiving it and giving it?

How important are writing and critical thinking skills to your graduates?

Would your students benefit from more personalized, detailed feedback?
What more could you and your fellow teachers accomplish if you spent 20% less time creating such feedback?
How much more would your students learn if they received 30% more personalized feedback?

“Grading papers” will never be the same again.

Introducing Annotate PRO…

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Do you ever feel like you say the same thing over and over again to students?

This isn’t a bad thing; how many times do we ask kids to say “thank you” before they get it?

But why not write many of the comments you provide to students once, with great care, then reuse them? Across the multiple ways you communicate: Microsoft Word, Google Docs, Google Classroom, Blackboard, Canvas, Gmail…

Start with expertly crafted libraries of comments – our College Edition or Legal Writing Edition libraries – that you can easily modify to suit your teaching style and curriculum?

Or move straight to creating custom libraries, shared with your fellow faculty, students, tutors – anyone who needs to provide detailed feedback.

Then put those comments to use in Microsoft Word, Google Docs, Dropbox, Box, Blackboard, Canvas, Google Classroom, Schoolology, Gmail – just about anywhere you can type feedback into a webpage.

Videos…

Annotate PRO
for Microsoft Word 2016

Annotate PRO
for Google Chrome & Google Docs

Screenshots…

Annotate PRO appears as a Taskpane in Word 2016.

Click on a document or a comment bubble to place the Word cursor, then use the full-text search box or the category dropdowns to find an appropriate Comment.

One click? The full-text appears wherever your cursor is blinking.

Annotate PRO appears as a right-click (context) menu and a toolbar icon in Google Chrome

In most text entry areas, on any website, you can right-click and zoom through your library categories OR ALT-A to pop open your full-text search. Choose a comment? It's inserted wherever your cursor was blinking. Google Docs comment box? Discussion board post? Gmail draft? Oh yes.

Annotate PRO Apps

Why not just try? Our Apps are free and come with 10 comments you can quickly edit to suit your needs…

Wow, I wish I had found this even sooner. With working with doctoral students, and trying to provide mountains of feedback, I need all the help I can get and this tool is exactly the thing I was looking for.

Dr. Kaye Shelton

Professor of Education, Lamar University

What I like best about Annotate is that it allows me to customize the program to reflect my own voice and style. I also love the fact that it allows me to draft quite lengthy comments, all the better to explain complex or multi-step concepts to my students.

Lisa T. McElroy

Professor, Drexel University Earle Mack College of Law

Available Comment Libraries

Annotate PRO is designed to enable multiple libraries of comments – for all sorts of applications. Wherever teachers need to give personalized, detailed feedback Annotate PRO can help…

College Edition Library

Designed for college & high school writing
  • 100 pre-written comments covering six key areas of writing
  • Authored by writing instructors with a combined 30 years' experience
  • 70 open slots you can use to add your own content
  • Fast editing of any & all comments
  • macOS and Windows
  • Microsoft Word 2016 App
  • Google Chrome App
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Legal Writing Edition Library

Designed for first-year law school writing
  • 350 pre-written comments covering briefs & memos
  • Authored by Professor Mitchell Nathanson of Villanova Law School
  • 300 open slots you can use to add your own content
  • Fast editing of any and all comments
  • macOS and Windows
  • Microsoft Word 2016 app
  •  Google Chrome app
Learn More