British photographer, educator and digital storyteller, Daniel Meadows defines digital stories as "short, personal multimedia tales told from the heart." He maintains that the beauty of this form of digital expression is that these stories can be created by people everywhere, on any subject, and shared electronically all over the world.
Storybird Http://storybird.com/ You can read digital stories or make your own. It’s very easy to choose pictures and type sentences. Signing up is easy and free. You can download your students books and print them.
Story I made with Storybird http://storybird.com/books/a-day-in-the-forest-6/?token=musbpm
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