Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Neat Tool for Creating Timelines with Maps and Images

MyHistro.com is a site I discovered some time ago and signed up for and forgot about. However, emails popped up with links to look at some of the model timelines others created at the site and I discovered I could embed these interactive timelines into a blog posts, so here are some examples to show you what can be produced with the site. Use the next arrow to navigate through the timelines. You can also use the option to view the story with full functionality at the MyHistro.com by clicking on the link below each story.

The Beatles:

The Renaissance: 

A Young Girl's Story of Hope

Stephen King:
Here is an

Now that you have seen these examples, what's your take on how this tool MyHistro.com can be used in the classroom?

1 comment:

  1. As some one who is a map enthusiast, I love this resource. This is another way to incorporate technology(creating a digital story) into academics. Students could create a story for any course that inculdes the use of a time line, highlighting events in history and for travel pictures/destinations.