For my final project, I chose to improve the timeline in a technical manner. My original group was in charge of finding dates that belong in the Print & Predecessors section and some of those dates were in B.C. and the timeline program was not originally written to accept those B.C. dates. Consequently, our group had to place all of these dates on 100 A.D. for the time being. Eventually a fix was discovered and for my project, I thought I should work with the division of digital learning and technologies to move all of those dates to there proper place in B.C. I ran into some complications because at first, it would only move the dates with four digits so dates like 270 B.C. and 15,000 would not show up on the timeline. I worked with one of the members and we were able to fix the issue with the 3-digit dates, but were not able to fix the dates with five digits. I was able to move all the those dates, but the four that were five digits are still on 100 A.D. because we were not able to find a fix. I thought this was a good project because it would help improve the accuracy of the timeline regarding the print and predecessors entries.