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Xtranormal. A very popular easy site to use to create stories.

GoAnimate allows you to create characters and give those characters actions to tell a story. Animations can be abstract or concrete, from step-by-step directions of a process to storytelling and sequencing. They have recently created an free educational account called GoAnimate for Schools.

My Plick. Embed and discover presentations and slide shows online. Upload your presentation documents in a variety of formats such as powerpoint, pdf, openoffice odp, etc. Upload an audio file and have the option to synchronize the audio with your slides using our online easy-to-use sync tool.

Clip Generator. Create own cool videos clips with favorite popular music in top quality. Select the music, add your own photos or images or videos and generate automated professional film cuts and animations.

Caption Tube. Offer viewers a transcript to read with Youtube videos. Create and edit closed captions in multiple languages. Export captions and upload them to your YouTube account.

Zunavision. Easily "embed" pictures, logos, and videos within your own videos.

Pixorial. Upload your digital movie files. Free to 10GB. Access, organize, edit and archive all of your movies. Remix and share online.

Tumble Cloud is an excellent new site for collaborative digital storytelling. This site allows users to upload digital content such as photos, video, notes, etc to create a stunning story.

Slide.com lets you create a video that looks fancy and complicated, but it is actually very easy to use.

Mixbook. Pick a theme, upload your photos choose from the growing library of stickers and backgrounds. You can pick and choose the stickers and backgrounds that will make your book special. You can even upload your own designs if you’d like!

Dvolver. Direct, shoot and share your own movie!

Mashroom is a neat web tool that allows users to take YouTube videos and mash them up to create new videos and content to use in presentations, share, and just have fun with. This can be a fairly robust editing tool that may have been intended to create music tracks, but can have a lot of unique places for use in the classroom.

Stupeflix. Mix photos, video, music and text to create stunning videos in seconds.

Wevideo. This site allows multiple users to download footage and then collaboratively create and edit a video. Simply shoot videos and photos with your mobile phone or camera. Then upload them to your personal or shared WeVideo media library. You can shape your story alone or together with others on the WeVideo canvas. You can add titles, effects, animation, music, narration and more to create your own video story.

MonkeyJam is a digital pencil test program. It is designed to let you capture images from a webcam, camcorder, or scanner and assemble them as separate frames of an animation. You can also import images and sound files already on your computer. Great for students to create stop animations.

Digital Films is a web-based video editing tool that can be used to create class or student videos. Users can add titles, music, transitions and more. Simple to use for even the youngest users, these videos can then be shared out via Email or be embedded into a class website or digital portfolio.

Stroome is a new and interesting video editing tool that allows students to upload their own footage or, use existing clips. What makes this unique is that the projects can be worked on collaboratively. The students can join groups that have common goals and wind up sharing the video with the world.