Edlink is proud to announce a new client partnership with TimeMaps.
The TimeMap of World History is a comprehensive atlas and encyclopedia of world history. It contains over 650 maps and 1,000 pages of supporting text. It is designed to be easy to navigate, through both time and space.
The TimeMap pays attention to the byways as well as the highways of history. It is structured to make the complex mesh of history accessible and comprehensible. It will continue to grow as more content is added.
About the partnership:
TimeMaps is the only comprehensive atlas of world history on the internet. The basic atlas is free, but TimeMaps offers a growing range of resources tailored specifically to teachers and their students. For best impact, students need to be able to use the resources independently, in their own project work.
Therefore, TimeMaps' resources need to be accessible as easily and seamlessly as possible. For this reason, TimeMaps is keen to implement Single Sign On to integrate with learning management systems for schools and universities.
"Using Edlink’s services in helping us do this is fantastic for us, as it lets us implement SSO much more easily, and much less expensively, than would otherwise be the case. We can therefore focus on what we do best - creating great content for schools.”
- Peter Britton, Director at TimeMaps
About Edlink: Launched in February 2020, Edlink is the fastest and easiest way to integrate your learning platform with school data systems. Working with Edlink's Unified API saves development teams headaches, gets operational teams to-market faster, and helps sales teams win more deals.
Edlink is currently working behind the scenes to help over 8 million students get logged into all the various learning platforms they use, using their LMS (a system students already know!) and they're trusted to exchange sensitive data securely by tech administrators and district leaders in nearly 1,000 US K12 school districts, and growing.
You can learn more about TimeMaps by visiting their website.
To learn more about Edlink, visit ed.link.