Timetoast allows you to combine images and text to make timelines. Completed projects can be embedded on a class web site or blog. This is a great tool for history and social studies classes.
With Ourstory, students can create a personal timeline, invite others to collaborate on projects, and share or embed the final product.
Timeglider is like "Google Maps" for timelines. You can zoom in on dates, share information, and capture history with text and images. Completed projects can be printed, embedded, or shared.
ReadWriteThink timeline tool is a brainstorming platform for creating timelines. Completed projects can be printed but not saved. No logins or accounts are needed.
Capzles links together images and video to create multimedia rich timelines. Completed timelines can be both linked and embedded. Capzles can even import the contents of a Facebook wall, making this an interesting way to teach digital citizenship.