3 online programs to help students tell stories

04/25/2013 | KQED.org

This blog post offers information on three online software packages, of varying degrees of cost, that can merge video, images, texts and other data into storytelling projects. For instance, Zeega, developed by Harvard University design instructor Jesse Shapins and offered for free, allows users to merge online video and other data into a series of Web pages that the audience can click through.

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