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WudaTime – Free Time Tracking & Project Management app

WudaTime – Free Time Tracking & Project Management app | technologies | Scoop.it
WudaTime is a free Time Management web based software. Time tracking, Project Management and To-do Lists, all in one app. Nice & Simple."
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WudaTime – is a free web based basic project management tool which allows groups to easily keep track of their dedication.

It is a simple time management application perfect for curriculum teams, course projects and collaborative tasks.
The progress bars give visual information on project and task status.
Use the to-do lists to keep track of progress.

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Download Stopwatch - Stay On Top Stopwatch

Download Stopwatch - Stay On Top Stopwatch | technologies | Scoop.it
A Free flash online stopwatch, quick easy to use flash stopwatch! also a countdown timer!
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Everybody needs a stopwatch and/or countdown timer at some point -- and for many, there's never one around!
Sometimes counting down the time needs to be more engaging / entertaining.
Well Online Stopwatch provides Simple, Fast Flash Online Stopwatch and Online Countdown timers always available when required.
And there is more!
Online-stopwatch.com is letting practitioners and/or learners download their stopwatch and countdown timers for free!
This will let them use the stopwatch when they are not on the internet.
NOTE: All of the stopwatches/countdowns require Adobe Flash Player to work on user desktops.

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YTTM.tv

YTTM.tv | technologies | Scoop.it

An interesting resource for history/social studies/media classes or English Language Arts/Reading classes to put the period of a book, that is being read, into perspective for learners.

 

- Select a year and view videos from that year

and/or select

- sports, and/or video games, and/or commercials, and/or current events, and/or television, and/or movies, and/or music from a specific year

- click refresh, and TRAVEL THROUGH TIME.

 

YTTM lets users voyage to whatever year they  pick.

 

Note: clips tend to be mainly from the USA.

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TimeMaps - World History TimeMap

TimeMaps - World History TimeMap | technologies | Scoop.it

TimeMaps lets learners look at every nation, empire and civilization as one story through maps.

 

The history of the world from 3500BC to 2005AD!

 

There are pinpoints on the Atlas that let students drill down into specific areas, nations and civilizations.

 

Learners get a story about what is happening in this portion of the world, as well as opportunities to explore even further.

 

Below the map, learners can change the date on an interactive timeline.

I really like TimeMap as a way to explore history.

 

TimeMap’s brilliance is in the way it unfolds the stories in history with the visual of the map. Not only are learners getting a good understanding of how civilizations shaped the world, they are also learning geography.

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Flamebrain Technologies » Download WatchMe

Flamebrain Technologies » Download WatchMe | technologies | Scoop.it

WatchMe is a feature-rich timer program that can be used to track time for a number of different tasks or events together or independently of one another.

 

WatchMe can be used to set and keep track of multiple alarms at the same time. This saves users the hassle of setting new alarms every time.


Multiple tasks can be set ahead of time in order to ensure that users accomplish most of them before the alarm reminds them to do so.


WatchMe also allows users to organize alarms in different tabs for different purposes.

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The Colour Clock

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The Colour Clock was created by Jack Hughes as an experimental project that represents the current time as a hexadecimal colour.
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Online Stopwatch

Online Stopwatch | technologies | Scoop.it
A Free flash online stopwatch, quick easy to use stopwatch! also an online countdown!
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Timelapse Stunning Satellite Images of Earth

Timelapse Stunning Satellite Images of Earth | technologies | Scoop.it
Exclusive timelapse: See climate change, deforestation and urban sprawl unfold as Earth evolves over 30 years.
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Timelapse a visual satellite timeline powered by Google.

Practitioners can get their learners to choose from some highlighted Timelapse views including: Las Vegas, Dubai, Shanghai, Oil Sands, Mendenhall Glacier, Wyoming Coal, Columbia Glacier, and Lake Urmia.
Alternatively, they can get learners to use the search box to view a satellite timelapse of any place in the world.
The speed of the timelapse can be altered or paused and users can zoom in or zoom out.
Imagery begins in 1984 and goes through to 2012.
Below the Timelapse, learners can read about how satellites are used to capture the imagery they are exploring. Well worth the read!

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Timer Pop

A simple timer for everyday use. User friendly and large display.

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Timers can serve a variety of purposes. Timer Pop is a free to use web application that lets users quickly set a countdown timer. Users can set the time by incrementing the following units – fifteen seconds, one minute, five minutes, ten minutes, thirty minutes, and one hour.

 

A users previously set times are saved and shown as green buttons for subsequent quick settings.


Once started, the timer starts counting back to zero, one second at a time.

 

When the time is up, you will hear an alarm sound indicating the time is up.

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Time Zones

Need to quickly find out what the local time is in another part of the world compared to your current location?

 

Yes! Then ‘Every Time Zone’ is the perfect site to visit!

 

Compare current location (shown in green) to one you are looking for (shown in blue) to check the current time and/or use the grey areas for non-current times.

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BBC - A History of the World - Explorer

BBC - A History of the World - Explorer | technologies | Scoop.it

The BBC is full of fantastic resources for learning.

 

The British Museum’s History of the World provides learners with a virtual museum collection making it possible for learners to see primary sources up close.


Each piece in the collection provides...
     - a quick overview
     - an option of delving in deeper and learning more.

 

Objects can be filtered by...
     - location,
     - theme,
     - culture,
     - size,
     - colour,
     - material,
     - contributor and
     - BBC area.

 

An interactive way to view and explore world history.

 

Tip: The back and forward arrow at the bottom of the screen lets learners time travel.

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Time zones: About time

Time zones: About time | technologies | Scoop.it
As visitors have come to expect from the BBC, another excellent interactive resource that includes...
* text;
* video clips;
* interactive flash tools;
* Image of the Interactive Globe
* the science of time; and
* Personal experiences as case studies etc.
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