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.
Two years ago, 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.
I’ll add this post to All My 2015 “Best” Lists In One Place.
You might be interested in these previous posts:
You might also be interested in my other 1,500 “The Best…” lists.
Here are my choices for The Best Year In Review Features — 2015:
Twitter’s year-in-review multimedia feature is always interesting, and they recently released it for 2015. Check out The Year On Twitter 2015.
The New York Times has created a year in review feature categorized by themes and determined by the amount of time people spent reading the pieces online.
Facebook has their own Year In Review, which includes this short video:
2015: The Year in Photos, January-April is from The Atlantic.
2015: The Year in Photos, May-August is from The Atlantic.
The Year in Photos, September-December is from The Atlantic.
Top 25 News Photos of 2015 is from The Atlantic.
TED Talks has created a site called The Year In Ideas 2015. Here’s a video intro:
Google released its annual interactive Year In Search.
You can read a summary at TechCrunch, and watch the video embedded below.
Year In Photos 2015 is from The Wall Street Journal.
Hopeful Images of 2015 is from The Atlantic.
The Year In Pictures – 2015 is from The New York Times.
11 astounding things that happened in 2015 is from The Washington Post.
AP Poll: Islamic State conflict voted top news story of 2015 is from The Associated Press.
The four topics that dominated Twitter this year is from The Washington Post.
2015: The Year in Charts is from The New York Times.