Classroom], are applicable to multiple curricular areas, and are FREE! Sutori [formerly HSTRY] is one of those tools that has loads of applicable uses in almost any classroom. With it's easy to use interface, students can create multimedia timelines, outline and organize research, share a process (like a lab, steps to solve math problems, etc.), or almost any other task that asks them to demonstrate what or how they learned something.
A few perks are that students can log in with their Google accounts for easy access. They can quickly link anything that is digital (G Suite files, photos, videos, you name it!). There is plenty of room for them to add source information and even citations to resources. They can collaborate with others on a project. And turning projects in to Google Classroom requires just a few clicks.
Check out a detailed tutorial below.