Hstry is a nice new online too for creating timelines. Richard Byrne just wrote a post about it, and I’d suggest just you visit his blog to learn more. As he points out, one of the particularly nice features of this free tool is that teachers can create virtual classrooms for their students.
Speaking of Richard, he also has created a chart comparing the different features of several timeline sites, and that’s certainly worth a visit.
I’m adding Hstry to both The Best Tools For Making Online Timelines and to The Best Sites That Students Can Use Independently And Let Teachers Check On Progress.
It’s Thomas here – one of the founders of HSTRY. I hope this message finds you well and thanks again for writing about HSTRY last year.
I’m delighted to write this comment to say that we’ve released real-time timeline collaboration to HSTRY. It was our most requested feature and we’re happy it is now up and running!
Please go ahead and give it a go when you have time. We’ve put a lot of work into making it as simple and intuitive as possible for users from multiple accounts and devices to work on one same timeline.
Have a great start to the school year!