William & Mary

Williamsburg Documentary Project students shine

The students in Arthur Knight's Fall 2017 Williamsburg Documentary Project course showed off their research at an end-of-semester presentation that featured their use of a collaborative timeline to show the history of Williamsburg's Triangle area. Invited guests included community leaders, librarians, faculty members, and academic technologists who had assisted in the project. Students Ben Bowery, Erin Hegarty, Zach Meredith, Samantha Nichols, Susannah Philbrick, Kayla Sharpe, and Sarah Thoresen collaborated on the project to gain a greater understanding of this historically and culturally important area. Click on the image below to go to the interactive timeline. For more information on how you can use this technology in your courses, contact APeL's Mike Blum at [[mxblum]]