Visualize time in our latest challenge with Microsoft Research!
ChronoZoom, an open source project initiated by Microsoft Research and UC Berkeley, enables students to explore, create, and tell stories with timelines directly from within a web browser. ChronoZoom won the 2012 SXSW Interactive Award for Best Educational Resource and are now developing three lesson plans to teach historical thinking concepts to middle and high school students.
Use ChronoZoom data and create compelling projects for a chance to win. We’re offering up to $17,000 in prizes, including a trip to Moscow, Russia to meet with a member of the ChronoZoom Research and Design team*. Get the full challenge details here.
*Open only to individuals 18+ who are employed at an accredited educations institution that grants college/university degrees and do not make procurement decisions in their employment, or individuals 18+ who are employed at a private sector company and do not engage in procurement or regulatory activities in their employment. Individuals may enter individually or in teams of up to five (5). Private sector companies that do not engage in procurement or regulatory activities with any public sector agency may also enter. Challenge ends 1/08/2014. See full Official Rules.