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Web 2-0 Storytelling

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This page is a Webliography of resources mentioned in an article that appeared in Today's Catholic Teacher magazine. Overtime, additional resources may be added. If you know of a link that should appear here, request membership in this wiki workspace and add it!



Royalty-Free and Public Domain Media


Note: These media sites should be used under close supervision. They are open to the public and may contain images inappropriate for classroom use. Instead of having students search on their own, teachers may want to screen the sites first and create a collection of media files for students to choose from.


Wikimedia Commons: Multiple types of media (images, video, and sound)











Open Video Project




Free Music Archive

Public Domain Music

The Free Sound Project



Cite your Work


Son of Citation Machine: Guidelines for MLA, APA, Turabian, and Chicago style citations for Internet resources.



Web 2.0 Storytelling Tools


This is a small sampling of Web 2.0 storytelling tools. For more extensive lists visit the Media Sharing section of the Social Media page in this wiki or The 50 Tools on Alan Levine's wiki.


Tools Mentioned in Article


ImageLoop: Slideshow generator

Bubblr: Comic generator

Glogster: Poster generator. This link takes you to Glogster for educators.

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