This is the second of a two-part workshop on storytelling and digital timelines with TimelineJS.
This session on TimelineJS carries on from where we left the training in the previous workshop to pedagogical applications of the tool in the classroom. We will discuss different ways to integrate TimelineJS in the syllabus, examine a variety of types of timeline-based assignments and discuss the most suitable weight of grades for grading them. This session will end with an overview on how to prepare students for timeline assignments and support them in the process of building their projects.
Who should attend?
- Participants who are unfamiliar with the tool and have not attended the first session are encouraged to watch the recording so that they are better prepared to participate in an informed way.
- Participants who are already familiar with the tool are encouraged to bring samples of their timeline assignments and rubrics to discuss and share with other participants.
About the facilitator
This workshop will be led by Najla Jarkas, AMICAL’s Digital Liberal Arts Mellon Fellow.