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    Digital Resource

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      A digital resource is an open-ended way to share knowledge or information with others in an online formal. To create one, first decide how you want to present your topic. Some of the many online tools you could use to create and/or publish your digital artifact are described below. Then, plan to create a digital resource that will be openly accessible on the web and easy for your target audience to understand.


      • Youtube: Free video hosting and sharing website; anyone can upload videos for public sharing..
      • Flickr: Free photo/image and video hosting and sharing website.
      • Voicethread: Online media sharing website (hosts images, documents and videos).
      • Storify: Users can create stories or timelines using social media.
      • Pixton: Website to create free comics with easy drag-and-drop features.
      • Issuu: Web digital publishing platform with a free version for essential features.
      • Storybird: Collaborative storytelling tool and community, where users use collections of art as elements to write their stories.
      • Weebly: Web-hosting and building tool and service for non-techs, with a step-by-step website creation process that anyone can use.
      • Animoto: Video creation service for anyone to create and share videos using their own pictures, video clips, words and music.
      • Prezi: Cloud-based presentation software and storytelling tool for presenting ideas.
      • Wikispaces: Web hosting service designed especially for educators. It offers a general public a free version with basic features.
      • Ted-Ed: Free educational website for teachers and learners that includes a video library with carefully curated educational videos that can easily be used as a basis to create a customized lesson.
      • Google Sites: Free and easy way to create and share web pages.