TimeMap’s philosophy is to increase the understanding of history by adding the context around events and circumstances. By having the reference of a map and easily accessible information about neighbouring places and chronologies, the Atlas of World History aims to show the bigger picture to enhance the understanding of the finer details.
As well as the Atlas of World History, we have a whole range of Dynamic History Maps. These focus on particular chapters or eras of history and bring them to life through animations, images, text boxes and sound. Designed for use as Interactive Whiteboard Presentations in schools, and also sit easily on VLE/MLEs to be used for homework or individual study guides, these products provide a broad overview of a topic, or an depth study tool.
By Peter Britton