Time. It's marked by hands on a clock or a line through history. Clocks can be found anywhere - phones, wristwatches, computers and walls. Timelines are little harder to come especially when you want one that's specific to your topic. Here's a great tool for creating your own timeline for your own topic. Head on over to Dipity. Dipity is a free digital timeline website that helps you create your own timelines!
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With the digital age many people turn to Wikipedia or Google to find their information. Not everything on the World Wide Web is true or trustworthy, especially when papers are due. The library owns hundreds of great books to assist students while writing papers. But sometimes it's not easy to get to the library, find the books, checkout the books and read the books. Other times when writing papers, you want the students to find primary sources. Primary sources are going back the beginning - the beginning of an event, a speech, a time in history.