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EDUCAUSE Review Search Advertisement Leveraging Technology to Create Social Readers Authors: by Katie Datko Published: Monday, August 27, 2018 Columns: Collection: In Print PDF: Using annotation tools that leverage 21st-century technology to bring social reading back to its traditional roots, instructors can help their students develop critical thinking, digital literacy, and collaboration skills. Credit: monkeybusinessimages / Thinkstock Photos © 2018 Working in open-access institutions with a large majority of underserved populations, community college instructors often face the twofold tasks of helping students become conversant in discipline-specific coursework and also bringing students up-to-speed in their academic skill sets.