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Martin Burrett

Timeline JS - 27 views

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    "An interest twist on the online timeline creator. Create an interactive multimedia timeline to embed or share with a url by changing a Google Document template. Great for quickly creating timelines around a common format or asking pupils to adapt from a timeline you create."
Martin Burrett

myHistro - 37 views

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    A superb history tool which combines timelines, maps, text and media, such as videos and audio. A great way to add depth to the story of past events.
Glenn Hervieux

Six Timeline Creation Tools for Students Compared In an Updated Chart - 76 views

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    Richard Byrne shares his updated list of six timeline creation tools and provides a comparison chart in a Google Doc.
Michael Sheehan

Learning Never Stops: Timelines - Learn, Collaborate, Discover History - 70 views

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    Learn about history with this collaborative webpage.
Margaret Moore-Taylor

Meograph: Four-dimensional storytelling - 139 views

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    Meograph is a free, easy multimedia storytelling tool. Students can quickly combine videos, audio, pictures, text, maps, timelines, and links to create what the developers call "four-dimensional storytelling." No registration is required and an education version is available.  You have to play around with it to get the concept before introducing it to students.
drmaddin

Create Free Interactive Timelines - Stories Displayed on Maps | myHistro - 94 views

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    Create Free Interactive Timelines - Stories displayed on maps using Google Earth
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    crazy cool app that mixes timelines and maps creating an interactive story.
Martin Burrett

UsefulCharts | Cool Charts & Timelines - 188 views

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    This site lives up to its name. Find hundreds of really useful charts and diagrams that illustrate history, science, current events and more. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Cross+Curricular
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    What a shame they're not free!
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    The online versions are... and there's always 'Print Screen'
Judy Arzt

1968 Exhibit - 6 views

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    Given all the events of the 1960s, this site is a gem for keeping up and finding classroom activities.
Martin Burrett

When In Time - 159 views

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    This is a nice timeline creator where you can add text and images. http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/History
Kalin Wilburn

Thinkport Tool: My Timeline - 182 views

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      Simply click "Make a New Timeline" to get started. It truly is as simple as clicking a button.
Debra Gottsleben

TimeGlider: Web-based Timeline Software - 142 views

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    "web-based timeline softwarefor creating and sharing history and project planning." TimeGlider is a free web-based timeline application. Used by thousands of teachers and students it represents an entirely new, yet completely intuitive, way of visualizing information. An axis of time runs across the screen, around which you create or import events. A collection of events becomes a timeline. Students can work individually or in groups, either way they find TimeGlider a compelling and easy to grasp experience.
A Strang

xtimeline - Explore and Create Free Timelines - 9 views

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    Xtimeline accounts allow collaboration and have privacy setting that can enable or disable collaboration or comments
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