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September 21, 2015 / carlispina

Create Dynamic, Interactive Timelines with TimelineJS

Last week I wrote about TimelineJS for the LLNE Blog. This is a great tool for creating online timelines that incorporate content from multiple locations, such as Wikipedia, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo, and Flickr. Using this tool, you can quickly create timelines that can be added to virtually any website, including WordPress sites and LibGuides. Since the tool makes use of a Google Spreadsheet for its data, you can even have multiple people collaborate on a single timeline. This is a great option for course assignments that involve making timelines and for creating interactive content for your website. Read my full thoughts over on the LLNE Blog.


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