MyHistro looks like a great site for students to map Art History, create timelines, impute stories with images, and import into google maps. Three final presentation views within MyHistro are available to choose from. Creations built within MyHistro are completely embeddable on blogs and websites as well.
World Art Treasures, created by the Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation, is an impressive and vast gold mine of images, resources and writings related to Art History. There is a superb visual timeline feature included within the site, and search applications that are enabled by Art periods & Artists. Excellent student resource!
Khan Academy is truly an amazing interactive online site to visit, study, and be taught at. KhanAcademy is learning that is visually interactive, and it’s exciting that they have diversified learning by merging within the arts and history at Smarthistory. Smarthistory is a great resourceful site that has been previously featured on this blog. Awesome combination!
This site, Art through time: A Global View is an excellent resource for all Art Educators and their students. Art through time:A Global View, makes connections of artwork with assorted periods of history. The thirteen-part theme based series of videos and image collections, investigate, contrast, and compare various cultural points of view on mutual human experiences in relation to art. Some of the themes explored are, portraits, The body, dreams and visions, as well as many others. It is from the © Annenberg Foundation
Smarthistory is a comprehensive resource for everything Art History. Loaded with content, images, video and much more! Here is a quote from their website;
“Smarthistory.org is a free, not-for-profit, multi-media web-book designed as a dynamic enhancement (or even substitute) for the traditional art history textbook.”
A Great find for any Art Educator!