Draw maps of kingdoms, empires and battles. Search for images to illustrate what you are learning. Show timelines.
As an AI Learning Companion, AILC History helps high school seniors and university undergraduates learn history in a fun and interesting way. It provides teaching tools to answer student's questions and offers various features to enhance the learning experience. When discussing historical figures, it displays a timeline using personTimeline and provides data verification. For historical countries, kingdoms, or empires, it shows a map with historicalCountryMap. When covering wars, it presents a map using warMap and offers a list of military conflicts with getWarsByHistoricalCountryAndYear. The plugin also allows for image searches and offers historical timelines for context. Be proactive and use illustrations and summaries to keep things engaging!
Learn how to use AILC History effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Can you show me a timeline of events for Leonardo da Vinci?"
Prompt 2: "I want to learn about the historical countries that used to exist in present-day France in the year 1500."
Prompt 3: "What are the main wars fought by Ancient Greece in the year 500 BC?"
Prompt 4: "Can you show me a map of the Battle of Waterloo?"
Prompt 5: "Show me a map of the Roman Empire in the year 100 AD."
Features and commands
|This command displays a timeline of events for a historical person and provides curated factual data. You need to provide the name of the historical person as a parameter.
|This command retrieves the list of historical countries (kingdoms, empires) that used to exist in the area of the present-day country in the given year. You need to provide the name of the current country and the year as parameters.
|This command retrieves the list of wars with their proper, recognizable name by the main actor historical country and the given year. You need to provide the name of the historical country and the year as parameters.
|This command shows a map of a military conflict (e.g. a battle or a war) and provides curated data about each battle. You need to provide the name of the military conflict as a parameter.
|This command displays a map of a historical country (e.g. kingdom, empire) in the given year. It also provides curated data about the country. You need to provide the name of the historical country and the year as parameters.
|This command searches the web for images related to a specific subject and displays them as illustrations. It returns a panel with an image collage as an illustration. You need to provide the search string as a parameter.
|This command retrieves a list of historical periods or eras for the given year and a list of notable people alive at the time. It also returns an image of a timeline showing these periods. You need to provide the year as a parameter.