ClioVis in the News

Watch the video from the ClioVis KSW Female Founder Competition from October 2021. In October of 2021, our creator took part in the Kendra Scott Wells Pitch Competition to help spread the word about ClioVis. In the end, we won the “Crowd Choice” Award and a nice Dell Tech package! We continue to try to raise awareness of the importance of education, thinking critically, and making evidence-based connections. Our goal is to offer a unique, useful, and affordable educational technology and genealogy technology that can be used by those who need it most! Please reach out to us if the cost of ClioVis prohibits you from using it.

Violence Against Black People in America | National Council on Public History the National Council on Public History has listed our DH Intern’s “Violence Against Black People in America” Timelines. April 14, 2021.

The University of Texas at Austin President Jay Hartzell discussed ClioVis at his Presidential Inauguration and State of the University Address on September 24th, 2021.

Digital Projects Enrich Undergraduate Research: ClioVis and Epoch,” UT College of Liberal Arts, Department of History, May 25, 2020.

Listen to an Interview with Dr. Erika Bsumek. Published on Not Even Past, September 5, 2020.

Thinking Critically with ClioVis,” Pedagogy Playground, Feb 9, 2020.

Timeline Tool Connects the Dots,” Life and Letters, Aug 7, 2019.

Helping Students Visualize History,” Texas Undergraduate Studies, Jan 23, 2019.

Critical Literacies,” The University of Texas System.

Violence Against Black People in America: A ClioVis Timeline, Note Even Past, July 31, 2020,

A Year in Time: A Student Perspective on Using ClioVis Aug. 28, 2020, Not Even Past,

ClioVis is also listed as a Covid 19 Research Project at UT Austin’s Innovation Center because it is a remote learning technology.

Digital Humanities Now, Editor’s Choice!