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Gaby K. Slezák

Web-based timeline software - create timelines - for schools - 84 views

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    "interactive timelines that include videos and image galleries, now you can thanks to a web service brought to you by ChronoFlo and Webalon. TikiToki makes creating online timelines as easy as possible. Sign up for our free, basic account and within almost no time, you could be creating a timeline of your life, of a historical event that interests you or of the life of a great musician or artist... the possibilities are endless."
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    Easy to use Timeline Creation Tool. Create beautiful timelines with different layers and 3D presentation. Price for teachers: $125 a year incl. one silver account incl. up to 25 timelines plus 50 bronze accounts for students to create their own timelines (up to 5 each). Free version: create one timeline only
Carol Broos

The Jerusalem Archaeological Park - timeline - 12 views

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    Interactive site about Jerusalem, has maps, timelines, bioliographies and much more. 
Martin Burrett

OurStory.com - Timelines - 0 views

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    Save Stories, Photos, and Videos on a Collaborative Timeline
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    A good timeline creating site. Add text and pictures to your timeline and embed on your site or blog. Easy to collaborate and share with others. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/History
Tero Toivanen

Philosophy Timeline - 0 views

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    Philosophy timelines from greek, roman, middle ages, renaissance, enlightment etc philosophy.
Ruth Howard

Wolfram|Alpha Blog : The Quest for Computable Knowledge: A Longer View - 0 views

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    Check out the timeline here for 'The Quest for Computer Knowledge' by Stephen Wolfram, who is inventing new Search capacities...Wolfram Alpha, coming May.
Tom Daccord

smarthistory - 0 views

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    A Short History of smARThistory smARThistory.org is a free multi-media web-book designed as a dynamic enhancement (or even substitute) for the traditional and static art history textbook. Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker began smARThistory in 2005 by creating a blog featuring free audio guides in the form of podcasts for use in The Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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