Wednesday, October 8, 2008

CogDogRoo for Storytelling on the Web

Have you been thinking about having students create their stories on the web, but aren't quite sure where to start? Well, here is an excellent site to help you use the web tools that work best for you. has 50 Web 2.0 Ways to Tell a Story!!
The advice given at the site: "the mission is not to review or try every single one (that would be madness, I know), but pick one that sounds interesting and see if you can produce something."

Thanks to Alan Levine for his hard work in bringing all the best tools for web-based storytelling to one location.

Marcia Torgrude


Shane Cronin, TIE Tech that Works student said...

This blog links to a number of great storytelling resources! Students love to tell stories; this site can direct you to a resource that will help them tell their stories. Thanks!

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