Yesterday I facilitated a 60 minute webinar on Classroom 2.0 Live about digital storytelling. This was an “open mic” session, which is similar to facilitated conversations at EdCamps. The webinar is archived on YouTube, and referenced links are included in this LiveBinder.

These are some of the links I saved from the webinar, which were shared by participants. This was an excellent session and I learned about several new resources I’m anxious to try with my own students in digital storytelling projects!

  1. Murmur Project – Toronto (place-based digital storytelling using cell phones for playback)
  2. StoryboardThat – Web-based tool for project storyboarding
  3. BitStrips for Schools  – comic -based digital storytelling
  4. Bay Farm School Digital Tour (using QR codes)
  5. 6th Grade Roller Coaster Physics Project
  6. Dot Day at Bay Farm Project
  7. Make Beliefs Comix
  8. The Cloud Coaster
  9. City of San Leandro History Walk (A Boy Scout Eagle Project)
  10. Digital Storytelling Pearltrees site by Shelly Terrell
  11. Voki (create speaking avatars)
  12. Morfo (free iOS app to turn a photo into a talking avatar)
  13. Tools for Screen Captures, Digital Storytelling, & Video
  14. Out of Eden Walk

Classroom 2.0 Live webinars are held almost every Saturday. Join via a laptop/desktop computer or an iOS device running the free Blackboard Collaborate app.

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