This is a webpage that allows a user to create a simple digital story with clip-art (limited selection) and speech/thought bubbles. The multi-page stories created on site are saved and can be revisited later with the creation of an account; The interface could use a little polish, but it works as a quick online story-telling tool.

Kerpoof Studio

Kerpoof is a Disney-owned website. The movie creation 'studio' in particular is quite impressive for a web app and comes with loads of high-quality sprites and animations. Students using the site would be able to create expressive media while learning some basic principles of video and image editing. Teachers get free accounts that can manage student contributions and create collaborative pairings. The site even has a section discussing ideas for lesson plans.


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This is an interesting site that allows you to make videos by typing in the script and manipulating elements like sound effects, background music, scenery, 'actor' appearances, 'actor' voices, animations, expressions, and camera angles. The typed scripts are automatically converted to speech according to the 'actor' voices chosen. I did find that the Spanish voices were a bit difficult to understand while the English voices were decent. Videos can then be saved and shared with others.