Monday, February 17, 2014

Featured: 2-17-2014 myHistro


Create stories that are displayed on maps and geo-located interactive timelines with myHistro.
You can watch and read thousands of user-created timelines at myHistro or create your own dynamic timeline mashup with text, video, and images.
MyHistro 1
Combine maps and timelines seamlessly into unique presentations, convert any public timeline into a pdf file, or export it into Google Earth format (kml) for offline storage. Completed timelines can be embedded into blogs and websites for sharing.   
Features of myHistro:
  • Archive with several hundred historical timelines to choose from.
  • Collaboration tools, ideal for class activities.
  • Secure content management.
Three privacy levels to choose from let you decide what others will see. You can keep your timeline private, make it public, or keep it between you and those you choose.
Worst Hurricanes
 View a slide presentation: myHistro Basic Guidelines For Teachers
There is an official free myHistro application for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch with simplified functionality. In this version you can create new accounts, add new stories, add new events, and manage existing stories and events.
Currently myHistro supports YouTube videos and pictures in JPEG and PNG formats. It does not require Flash.

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