Temporal analysis projects focus on temporal data and timeline visualizations to make time-based arguments.
Learning objectives are clearly defined statements of expected goals and outcomes from the student perspective. When a student finishes an activity or a lesson, what will they know, articulate, or be able to do?
Every digital pedagogy project should have learning objectives. Here are a few tips for creating student-centered objectives:
Getting started: try Bloom's Taxonomy Action Verbs for sample action verbs to use in learning objectives.
Students will be able to...
- illustrate the progression of the surrealist movement using images of specific works of art and relevant description.
- use their contextual historical research and artifacts to tell an individual’s story over the course of the great depression, anchoring the narrative with relevant legislation passed during this time.
TimelineJS - a free, open source tool for making annotated multimedia timelines.
ArcGIS StoryMaps - create guided stories based in interactive maps, text, and other media.
UNC affiliates can access the online Esri platform (ArcGIS) by logging in with their ONYEN and password. See Library Data Services Events for upcoming workshops on working with StoryMaps.
Tiki-Toki - free, web-based software for making itneractive timelines.
Omeka Neatline - A plugin for Omeka that allows for plotting points in space to tell a story.
Icon "timeline" by Larea from the Noun Project
To get started with digital pedagogy and lesson planning after exploring this guide, contact Sarah Morris (firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 962-2094).
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