helps easily create, watch, and
share interactive stories. Their first product combines maps,
timeline, links, and multimedia to tell stories in context of where
and when it happened.
The website is structured into a few
simple prompts on an intuitive interface. Viewers get a new form of
media that they can watch in two minutes or explore for an hour.
Sharing is easy: the two most viral types of media are videos and
infographics, Meograph is using both types.
Educators around the world are using
this free website to create more interactive lesson materials, to
“flip” their classroom—or to have students create their own
Authoring what the site calls
“four-dimensional stories” occurs via a few simple prompts on an
intuitive interface, and users can share their creations online and
via social media when they’re finished.Access to Meograph website
(Source: eSchool News)