Mind Maps and Presentations
Creating Mind Maps and Timelines
Inspiration - create Mind Maps, templates, outlines and slide shows
Create mind maps and become more organized.
Mind Meister Graphic Organizers
Create mind maps and other graphic organizers.
Venn Diagram Creator
From Read, Write, Think comes this interactive Venn diagram creator for teachers and students. Diagrams can be saved or printed.
Create timelines with text, images and video. Can use media from a variety of sources and has built-in support for Twitter, Flickr, Google Maps, YouTube, Vimeo, Vine, Dailymotion, Wikipedia, SoundCloud and more. Easy to use.
Free for students only, this site offers students the ability to create timelines. Not as robust as TimelineJS.
Dipity is a free digital timeline website. Allows users to organize the website content by date and time. Users can create, share, embed and collaborate on interactive, visually engaging timelines that integrate video, audio, images, text, links, social media, location and timestamps.
Create a personal timeline recording important moments in your life which can be shared or kept private. Collaborate with others to create a timeline. There are hundreds of archived professional historical timelines designed for use in education.
Digital learning tool where teachers and students alike can create their own interactive timelines. Embedded social features promote collaboration and engagement between students.
Free iPad/iPhone apps
(many require a purchase to unlock the full program, but the free versions are excellent):
Mindjet Maps for iPad
Total Recall – Mind Map
Create professional Interactive presentations for classroom or business. Group members can work collaboratively to create a Prezi presentation.
Similar to Prezi, 3D templates and themes allow users to create customized presentations.
In the process of merging with ClearSlide and designed for business, this can still be used with older students and/or in business education classes.
For more resources on creating presentations, visit the Visual Narratives resource page or download a copy of the Organize and Present handout from the July 2014 presentation.