I’ve usually done two different types of “year in review” annual posts — one focusing on photo collections and the other on non-photo galleries.
Last year, though, I decided to just do one list combining both.
Usually, these “year-in-review” features are published online after schools have begun their winter breaks. I’m publishing this year’s list a little early with the few that are available so that teachers can use them, and will add new ones as they become available.
You might be interested in these previous posts:
You might also be interested in my other 1,400 “The Best…” lists.
Here are my choices for The Best Year In Review Features — 2014:
2014: The year in pictures is from CNN.
Yahoo has a 2014 Year in Review from Canada. It would be interesting to compare that with those from the U.S.
Top Searches Of 2014 is from Yahoo.
The 2014 #YearOnTwitter is from…Twitter.
What stories got you talking in 2014? is from CNN.
Google’s Top Searches of 2014 is from Scientific American.
Looking Back on 2014 | 15 Ways to Teach and Learn About the Year That Was is from The New York Times Learning Network.
A year in multimedia and interactive stories is from Al Jazeera.
2014 In Review Fast Facts is from CNN.
How The World Changed In 2014 is from The Atlantic.
The Boston Globe has published a series:
The Year in Review – Pictures 2014 is from NBC News.
The year in media errors and corrections 2014 is from Poynter.
2014 The Year in Pictures is from The New York Times.
The 25 Most Influential Teens of 2014 is from TIME.
The Best And Worst Moments In Leadership In 2014 is from Fast Company.
The 20 photographs of the year is from The Guardian.
2014: The Year in Emoji is from Vox.
Where the Streets Have a Name: Seven Addresses that Defined the News in 2014 is from The New Yorker.
The Year In Activism
This interactive shows The top-viewed Wikipedia page for every day of 2014.