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Commonlit is a free digital library that provides built-in tools to better reading comprehension. [...] »

Sutor logo, 2017

Sutori is a digital tool that lets you create 'stories' using many different forms of media. [...] »

Edpuzzle logo, 2017

Edpuzzle is a digital tool that lets you clip videos, add audio comments to them, and add questions throughout. [...] »

TimelineJS logo, 2017

TimelineJS is a digital mapping tool that turns spreadsheets into interactive maps. [...] »

Neatline logo, 2017

Neatline is plugin for Omeka that lets users create interactive digital maps. [...] »

Chronozoom logo, 2017

Chronozoom is a dynamic timeline tool that presents large scale timelines in a creative way. [...] »

Poll Everywhere logo, 2017

A comprehensive survey tool that offers a variety of different polling methods. [...] »

Historypin logo, 2017

Historypin is a digital mapping tool that ties collections of items with locations on a map. [...] »

Canva logo, 2017

A digital design tool home to over 50,000 different templates. [...] »

Detail, homepage, myHistro, 2013

Combine maps and a timeline to tell the story of change over time and place with this visual tool! [...] »

 
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