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Dean Mantz

Twine / An open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories - 18 views

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    I learned of Twine from Richard Byrne's Free Technology 4 Teachers blog post. It is great to see an opensource option that one can download and run locally or remain on the web to write.
Fred Delventhal

Playfic - 12 views

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    Play me a story? Welcome to Playfic, the online community that lets you write, remix, share, and play interactive text-based games with the world.
Fred Delventhal

Storybricks - 34 views

Fred Delventhal

Myths and Legends from E2BN - 10 views

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    "Welcome to Myths and Legends. This site is for pupils, teachers and all those who enjoy stories and storytelling. The British Isles is rich in myths, folktales and legends. Almost every town, city and village in Britain has its own special story, be it a Celtic legend, Dark Age mystery, strange happening or fable."
William Gaskins

My StoryMaker : Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh - 18 views

  • My StoryMaker lets you control characters and objects - and creates sentences for you! Once you are done with your story, you can print it out. You cannot go back
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    "My StoryMaker lets you control characters and objects - and creates sentences for you! Once you are done with your story, you can print it out. You cannot go back and edit a story once you have ended it but, if you click "yes" when asked to share it with others, you can print it out again by entering the magic number it gives you in the box on the right. Since we periodically have to delete the older story files, please save the .pdf file that prints to your own computer."
Randy Rodgers

FoldingStory | The Group Storytelling Game - 17 views

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    Collaboratively create short stories one line at a time.
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    Use caution, some of the stories may be inappropriate for your students.
Fred Delventhal

Five Card Flickr - 23 views

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    You are dealt five random photos for each draw, and your task is to select one each time to add to a selection of images, that taken together as a final set of 5 images- tell a story in pictures. When you are done, you the option to add a title and explanation, then you can save the story so you can put a link in your resume or send to your Mom (she pay print it out and tape it to the fridge, or she may criticize your creativity, your mileage and mom may vary). Plus we offer the ability to tweet your story! via Langwitches
Amanda Kenuam

Simple Storytelling for Special Education Students with Storybird - 1 views

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    "special education, technology, reading, website, social media, reading activity, writing, sharing, collaboration, publishing, web-based activities, stories, storytelling"
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