Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – How to Create Multimedia Timelines

The History Project is a great site for collaboratively creating multimedia timelines. The History Project includes an audio recording tool that you can use to talk about events in the timelines that you create. The History Project lets you upload your own pictures or import pictures from social networks to add to the audio recordings contained in the events on your timeline. Of course, like any good time tool, The History Project lets you write in notes, dates, and locations. When you write in a location a Google Map of that location is added to your timeline event. In the video embedded below I provide an overview of how to use The History Project.

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