VEED https://www.veed.io/ VEED is a simple online video editor that adds subtitles to your videos, edits content and grows your audience online.
Cut, trim, crop, add subtitles, edit audio, transcribe to text, add video effects, and more! It’s simple and you can use it immediately, without training & effects to grab people's attention, and it's FREE.
Our tool is basically packed with editing features.
Adobe Spark https://spark.adobe.com/ Adobe Spark
Transform your ideas into stunning visual stories
Create impactful social graphics, web pages, and short videos in minutes with Adobe Spark
Canva : design in your browser free https://www.canva.com/ Canva : design and publish in your browser free.
For anyone ... but there is a special section for teachers to help them design learning visuals.
Clipchamp https://clipchamp.com/en/video-editor Clipchamp offers a free video editor, video compressor, video converter, webcam recorder and video collection API, all available through your internet browser.
Open Mic: Digital Storytelling http://bit.ly/1nJ5Bty #liveclass20 #webinar #recording #links #digital #storytelling
Classroom 2.0 LIVE webinar, October 11, 2014. Open Mic: Digital Storytelling facilitated by Wes Fryer. Participants were invited to come with their ideas, resources, and questions and together we learned about what digital storytelling is, what it might look like in classrooms for students of all ages (K-12 to Adult), how it is being used to provide authentic, engaging learning experiences.
Digital Storytelling With Comics http://bit.ly/1giHLAO Digital Storytelling With Comics
Download the short guide to digital storytelling with comics HERE
Scribblitt https://www.scribblitt.com/ Scribblitt is a launch pad for creativity where kids grab an idea, and using tools provided and collaboration with other kids, teachers, writers and publishers, take it where they want to go, making their own characters, story and illustrations come to life in a professional product.
We at Scribblitt (“We”) want you to be inspired to write, illustrate, share and have fun in a safe atmosphere of respect.
In order to do this, We have devised a special Code of Conduct (the “Code”) that everyone shall follow on the Scribblitt Website (the “Website”). If you break the Code, your account and your access to the Website in general may be suspended temporarily or banned permanently.
i-Docs : interactive documentaries http://i-docs.org/ i-Docs : interactive documentaries
This is a space for people that want to know more about interactive documentaries (that we have called “i-docs”).
You will find academic and blog references, an archive of existing i-docs and a forum open to discussions about all the possible forms of i-docs you can think of.
A team of experts have decided to join forces to open the discussion on what is interesting and/or new in this emergent field, and on the ethical, aesthetic, political and financial consequences of the i-doc genre. Examples of interactive documentaries
StoryBoardThat http://www.storyboardthat.com/ StoryBoardThat
We offer Storyboard That in a number of different versions. All versions include our powerful Storyboard Creator. The additional features of our educational and corporate editions focus on collaboration and privacy in a multi user environment.
Wideo : online animation platform http://wideo.co/ Wideo is an online animation platform that allows you to create, edit, and share videos for free. The platform allows you to choose (or upload) the images, fonts, animations, and videos you want to use in order to create your own online video and then share.
Video Story Problems 101 http://www.techsavvyed.net/archives/2352 Video Story Problems 101
Traditional story problems are dull, disconnected, and often don’t offer much opportunity for students to work with material and challenges from the real world that may connect with them in an affective or meaningful way. Video story problems are an attempt to capture curiosity and examples of math and science from the real world, and bring them into the classroom, where students can provide narrative structure around their learning.
ThinkLink https://www.thinglink.com/stream ThinkLink
ThingLink helps you create and discover rich images.
Be creative! Make your images come alive with music, video, text, images, shops and more!
Every image contains a story and ThingLink helps you tell your stories. Follow image channels from your favorite bands, bloggers and friends. Your ThingLink interactive images form a channel that other users can follow.
Share your channel with friends on Facebook and Twitter, and follow your friends. Touch and discover.
VideoScribe (from Sparkol) http://bit.ly/videoscribeauthoring VideoScribe (from Sparkol)
Create animations simply on PC, Mac and iPad
A completely unique tool for desktop and iPad for creating engaging animated content to tell your story.
Often known as Whiteboard animation or Fast Drawing,
This video is an example of what can be produced ... one in a playlist so maybe check out the others
There is no spoken audio track in this example .. but there could be. .. one in a playlist
Tra-Digital Storytelling [DEN Conf] #DENvirtcon http://bit.ly/1wqZxHL Tra-Digital Storytelling [DEN Conf] #DENvirtcon
You will need to be logged in to Discovery Education for the link to work correctly.
Stories UnBound http://www.storiesunbound.com/ Stories UnBound ... online and location based. recommended for students writing ... max 400 words
'Stories Unbound' is the world's first social-media platform for writing and reading stories, brought to you in conjunction with those nice peeps at Melbourne Writers Festival.
Our free app lets you read, write and geotag stories.
You can write stories about whatever you like, whenever youlike and wherever you like and then get them instantly published to our unique, 'Stories Unbound' Map, facebook and twitter.
Powtoon : create an animated presentation https://www.powtoon.com/home/ How to create an animated presentation in 5 easy step
You’ve probably seen one of these really cool animated presentation clips on YouTube and thought to yourself: Wow I want one of those….but you soon found out that it’s too expensive to have one made, and doing one yourself is just impossible because there is no tool out there that lets you do it….right?
PowToon is a brand new presentation software that is so simple and intuitive, it allows anyone who ever used PowerPoint or KeyNote to easily evolve their presentations to AWESOMENESS!
PowToon contains themes of animated characters, props and cool transitions which you can just drag and drop into a slide to create eye catching and fun presentations that can be presented in person, or turned into animated videos at the click of a button. Tutorial HERE
Storyboard Generator. https://www.acmi.net.au/education/online-learning/film-it/ Storyboard Generator.
You can choose a script and create a storyboard. Try building your own storyboard using background location photographs.
Once done, you can save and share your storyboard video with friends.
Remember to register with Generator first if you would like to save your storyboard.
Digital Storytelling Resource Kit http://web.tech4learning.com/digital-storytelling-resource-kit Digital Storytelling Resource Kit
Digital storytelling helps students build important 21st century communication skills and make personal connections to the content they are learning. This kit is designed to help you start using this exciting process in your classroom.
Binumi https://www.binumi.com/ “Binumi is an online video playground that enables students to create and tell a visual story by accessing our extraordinary royalty-free video and multimedia library,” says Anthony Copping, CEO of Binumi.com.
Conceived and put together by documentary filmmakers and creative professionals who travel the world capturing moments, can help your school and your students. Binumi’s content consists of over 1,000,000 professionally shot video clips from more than 50 countries, and has over 100,000 multimedia files including music tracks, sound effects, photography and graphics.
Binumi is an innovative ‘Edutainment’ teaching tool that encourages students to express their creativity as they learn. It is the biggest online resource of rights-free content ever made available, enabling students and teachers to produce, distribute, and even sell their Binumi creations.
Brainshark http://www.brainshark.com/ Brainshark : Upload ppt and digital media and add narration
With Brainshark’s cloud-based solution, you can easily transform static content such as PowerPoint® documents into voice-enriched online and mobile video presentations that can be accessed anytime, on-demand...and tracked so you can measure the effectiveness of your communications.
See screencast Tutorial
Little Bird Tales https://www.littlebirdtales.com/ Little Bird Tales was created to help nurture children's creativity and imagination while simultaneously creating one of a kind childhood treasures that can easily be shared. We are dedicated to providing a safe web environment for children, free of advertising, merchandising and links to other sites.
Capture your child's voice and imagination with our creative story building tool and share them with friends and family.
Digital Storytelling Apps for iDevices https://bit.ly/mlTxqT Digital Storytelling Apps for iDevices
These apps will help get you started with digital storytelling.
Storyboarding: Pre-Writing Activity http://langwitches.org/blog/2011/04/03/storyboarding-pre-writing-activity/ Storyboarding: Pre-Writing Activity
The more we podcast and have our students create video clips or other digital storytelling projects, the more we need to teach storyboarding as part of the process.
Being able to pre-visualize how your story will unfold is becoming a vital skill to have for storytellers.
Tripline http://tripline.net/ Tripline
At its most basic level, Tripline is a way for you to tell a story by putting places on a map. That's a very human activity that has been happening for thousands of years.
The 'What If?' Question Genie http://www.brucevanpatter.com/what_if_questions.php The 'What If?' Question Genie
Kids,do you want ideas for writing a What If story? I, your genie, am here to serve you. Use the What If question you see above to start your own strange tale.
Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators https://bit.ly/dAkpgg Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators .. free download ebook
This guide was written especially for educators, who want to teach 21st century skills, such as collaborating, communicating, and connecting, through digital storytelling.
Make Me a Story : Podcast interview with Lisa C. Miller http://onceuponateacher.blogspot.com/2010/07/make-me-story.html Make Me a Story : Podcast with Lisa C. Miller "I had the pleasure to speak with Lisa Miller about her new book, so I took that opportunity to record a podcast (I've been wanting to try one for a while!)
We had a great conversation about meeting the needs of diverse learners while doing digital storytelling, class management and why you should give digital storytelling a try."
Storybird https://storybird.com/ Storybirds are short, visual stories that you make with family and friends to share and print.
Tell your stories without a middleman. Create teaching tools for students. Experiment and goof around.
Google video creation tool https://www.youtube.com/user/SearchStories Google video creation tool
Make your own Search Story video in minutes
All you need to do is type in your Google searches, pick some music and — presto! — you've got your very own Search Story to share with your friends or showcase on our YouTube channel.
Could be a fun digital storing telling tool ... there is not much control but it is fun and immediate.
Free eBook : Digital Storytelling in the Classroom https://bit.ly/cnYszq Free eBook : Digital Storytelling in the Classroom
The Digital Storytelling Teacher Guide is a free twenty-eight page ebook produced by Microsoft.
The guide outlines the basics of digital storytelling, offers ideas for digital storytelling projects for all grade levels, and provides examples of digital storytelling projects.
Microsoft's Digital Storytelling Teacher Guide also offers instruction for using Windows Movie Maker and Photo Story in the classroom. http://bit.ly/a7N82Q
The Elements of Digital Storytelling http://www.inms.umn.edu/elements/index.php The Elements of Digital Storytelling site provides a:
- Taxonomy of digital storytelling.
- Analysis of current practices.
- Clearinghouse of effects research.
- Showcase of innovative story forms.
- Forum for discussion.
Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling http://digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/ Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling
Digital Storytelling is the practice of using computer-based tools to tell stories.
As with traditional storytelling, most digital stories focus on a specific topic and contain a particular point of view. However, as the name implies, digital stories usually contain some mixture of computer-based images, text, recorded audio narration, video clips and/or music.
We invite you to explore the resources on this website and contact us if you have questions, comments, or ideas about the Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling.
Novlet ... writing of non-linear stories in any language https://www.abahgat.com/project/novlet/ Novlet is a web application designed to support collaborative writing of non-linear stories in any language.
With Novlet you will be able to read stories written by other users, create your own ones, and choose the plot you like most from several alternatives.
Novlet stories are divided in passages, text sections usually made of a few paragraphs: users can continue stories or add alternative storylines by creating their passages after existing ones. The only limit is your fantasy.
Blabberize https://blabberize.com/ Here you can Blabberize your images ... i.e. have them talk ... and the mouths move ... to tell a story maybe
Could be a fun tool for students to make talking comic strips
Actually not sure where I should put this on Shambles ... it's certainly fun (& clever) .... and has an educational use ... I'm just not sure where. Blabberize Blog
Digital Storytelling Toolkit http://captura.llanogrande.org/ Digital Storytelling Toolkit
Before you begin, it is important to note that this toolkit is optimized for Mozilla FireFox web browser.
It is also useful to have Adobe Acrobat Reader and the latest version of Adobe Flash Player installed.
The 70 page toolkit can be downloaded in its entirety here or you might prefer to print individual sections as you find information pertinent.
In the Site Map you will find icons in each major section which link to smaller PDF files. The Appendix is an exception which is set up to be viewed and printed in smaller subsections.
PrimaryAccess http://www.primaryaccess.org/ PrimaryAccess is a web-based tool that offers teachers and students frictionless access to digital images and materials that enable them to construct compelling personal narratives. ".... any of the primary source materials are photograph and still images, the tools provided on the website allows students to add motions to create a movie effect. "
Potential Digital Storytelling tool
Turn Your Photos, Videos and Tweets into Stories https://mashable.com/2008/11/19/storytlr-photos-videos-stories/ HOW TO: Turn Your Photos, Videos and Tweets into Stories
StoryTlr, a project that enables you to create a simple event-based timeline of your photos, videos and tweets, has received several significant updates in the past few days, and suddenly - although the authors themselves insist that it’s a hobby project and not a “real” startup - it feels like a full featured service with some very interesting usage possibilities. http://storytlr.com
DigiTales (Digital Storytelling Resources) http://www.digitales.us/ DigiTales (Digital Storytelling Resources)
DigiTales ' website provides ideas, resources and inspiration for families, individuals, schools, organizations, corporations, churches and everyone else ready to discover the power and magic of merging the art of storytelling with the enchantment of using digital tools. Do not miss the "Storytelling Gallery" ... examples
Photosynth https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photosynth Microsoft’s Live Labs project Photosynth, an application (and a browser plugin) that lets you stitch standard photos into a 3D panorama style virtual experience
Imagine being able to share the places and things you love using the cinematic quality of a movie, the control of a video game, and the mind-blowing detail of the real world. With nothing more than a bunch of photos, Photosynth creates an amazing new experience.
Photosynth is a potent mixture of two independent breakthroughs: the ability to reconstruct the scene or object from a bunch of flat photographs, and the technology to bring that experience to virtually anyone over the Internet.
Photosynth installs two programs on your computer: a Web browser plug-in for viewing synths, and an application (called "Photosynth") for creating them.
Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/ Scratch is a new programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art -- and share your creations on the web.
Scratch is designed to help young people (ages 8 and up) develop 21st century learning skills.
As they create Scratch projects, young people learn important mathematical and computational ideas, while also gaining a deeper understanding of the process of design.
SlideRocket https://www.clearslide.com/product/sliderocket/ SlideRocket is a web application that provides everything you need to design professional quality presentations, manage and share libraries of slides and assets, and to deliver presentations in person or remotely over the web.
Also see the video interview with the co-founder who also gives a demonstration http://tinyurl.com/66hmgy
Kerpoof (k-6) http://www.kerpoof.com/ What is Kerpoof?
The answer to that is not so simple. Kerpoof is all about having fun, discovering things, and being creative. Here are just a few ways you can use Kerpoof:
* Make artwork (even if you aren't good at drawing!)
* Make an animated movie (really! it's easy!)
* Earn Koins which you will soon be able to spend in The Kerpoof Store
* Make a printed card, t-shirt, or mug
* Tell a story
* Make a drawing
* Vote on the movies, stories, and drawings that other people have made