Please feel free to add links and ideas to this page.

Top 5 tools to begin with

Glogster- online poster
Voicethread - share with images with choice of text, voice and video commenting from others
storybird- construct e-books.are short, art-inspired stories you make to share, read, and print
voki - create talking avatars, respond to texts, persuasive piece....Inspire your students!
Animoto - turns your photos and video clips into professional video slideshows

Collaborative Platforms

Our project collaborative platforms will include:
wikispaces
edmodo

Tools for Collaborating between classes

Voicethread - A VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate slides and leave comments in 5 ways - using voice, text, audio file, or video (via a webcam).
popplet - an app for the web and iPad, where you can collect, curate and share your ideas, inspirations, and projects
linoit collaborative sharing of ideas using e-stickynotes. Use it from your ipad or iphone as well! Share you ideas with other classes and get their ideas as well.
Mindmeister collaborative brainstorming

For really extensive list of ideas on how to use web2.0 tools in the classroom visit OtherWorlds resources kindly shared by the fabulous Lizzie Chase PSP

Tools to explore and share:

Comic Creation Tools


Creaza- Create comics, make movies, edit audio, and more! Embed in a blog or wiki.
Bubblrexternal image t.gif- create your comic strip with Flickr pictures and add bubbles to tell your story!
Comicmaster - Cool graphic novel creator.
Stripgenerator - You don't have to register in order to create a comic.
Bitstrips - Not free, but offers a 30-day free trial and includes more educational support (e.g., activities) than most other comic generators
Make Beliefs Comix - Two, three and four panel comics that you can create in multiple languages.
Comic Strip Generator - You can upload photos or use web images in addition to their library of ready-to-use images
Garfield- you can create comic strips or (in Comics Lab Extreme) comic books ToonDoo - the site allows students to share their comics, comment on other comics, and even save and edit a copy of a comic.


Video Tools


Vimeo-Upload your videos here for free in high quality and to embed in a blog or wiki.
Dvolver - Create a video writing your text and choosing your characters and scene.Mailvu - Record yourself and share it with others.BombayTV - Write subtitles for Bollywood films.Jing - A tool to screen capture your screen.Domoanimate - Make your own animationsKerpoof - Create videos or an animated picture.TalkingPets - Make the pets talkGooglesearch - Use Google searches to tell your story.OneTrueMedia - Mix your photos and pictures with text and animations.Blabberize - Make your pictures talkRoxio - Turn your photos into a video.
Smilebox - Create videos from your pictures and videos adding design and music.
SlideRocket - Create slidehows.
Screenr - Record your screen activity with audio.
Glogster - Create and online poster with your videos.
Sketchcast - Record a sketch with or without your voice.

Additional Resources for this week:
SafeshareTv - Share Youtube videos without ads and crop them.
Musicshake - Create copyright free music for your video.
Compfight - Search Flickr photos for your videos.
MorgueFile - Find free pictures for your videos.
Free Music Archive - Jamendo - RoyaltyFreeMusic - Find free music.
SoundBible - FreeSound - Find sound effects.

Collaborative Storytelling Tools


VoiceThread for Educators-Interactive way to present stories and have parents and other students comment on the stories. Several options. Embed in a blog or wiki.
Storybird-Students create beautiful stories by choosing beautiful art and adding the words. Embed in a blog or wiki.
Voxopop - Construct audio stories.


Other Recommended Digital StoryTelling Tools


Creaza- Create comics, make movies, edit audio, and more! Embed in a blog or wiki.
5cardflicker - Tell your stories through flicker photos.
Glogster - Poster your story.
Zooburst - 3D pop up story creator.
Scholastic story starter - Start your story randomly.
Thestorystarter - Start your story randomly.
Storybird -Collaborative storytelling
Storyjumper - Create your own stories.
LittleBirdTales - Upload your picture, record your voice to tell your stories.


Digital Storytelling Apps

Posterous- With this app, learners can include a mix of text, photos, audio, and videos as well as tags and location information in a blog post. Share immediately on Facebook and Twitter! Even allow others to add to your posts (set this up through the web app vs. the mobile app). Free version available online as well as various mobile devices including the iPhone, iPod, Android, and Blackberry.
Flixlab- Like Animoto. Free app to create incredible slideshows on the iPhone, iPod, iPad. Soon available on the Android. No website editing like Animoto but longer videos when using the app. CC library of music, themes, fonts, and more.
StoryRobe- It’s incredibly easy for children and adults to create audio/visual stories on the iPhone and iPod Touch using this app. Use the built in microphone, or any 3rd party microphone to create audio recordings with photos and videos. You have the option to upload to Youtube or send it through e-mail. If it’s in their e-mail, then the parents can easily e-mail their child’s production to their friends! You don’t need an Internet connection to create the stories, but you do to send them! Available on the iPad and iPod.
Splice- Best video editing app for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad that is free. Add audio, transitions, images, and more.
Fotobabble- It’s incredibly easy for children and adults to create audio/visual stories on the iPhone and iPod Touch using this app. Use the built in microphone, or any 3rd party microphone to create audio recordings with photos.
Sock Puppets- If you enjoy playing with sock puppets, you'll love this app that allows students to create a sock puppet show. Choose the sock puppet characters, personalize the characters by adding your voice, select the scene and props, and record a video. Send this by email or upload to Youtube. Watch this great example. Available on the iPad and iPod.
Puppet Pals- IChoose the western characters, personalize the characters by adding your voice, select the scene and props, and record a video. Send this by email or upload to Youtube. Available on the iPad and iPod.
StoryKit- Create an electronic storybook by drawing on the screen, uploading images, recording sound effects and voice, laying out the elements of the story (text boxes, images, paint, and sound clips) freely by dragging them or pinching to resize, reordering pages, and uploading to the StoryKit web server. Email a link to the story. The application includes four public domain children’s books to rewrite and rearrange into a new story. Available on the iPad and iPod.
Animoto- Upload up to 10 images, choose a soundtrack from the library (many nice holiday tunes to choose from, and click a button to make a 30-second video. Sync your videos with your Animoto.com account, download videos for offline viewing, and make longer ones with an All-Access Pass. Available on the iPad and iPod.
Videolicious- video creation in 3 easy steps
Create A Comic App
Toontastic Toon Tube (for iPad)
Cartoon Studio (iPhone/iPod/iPad app)- The free version gives you 3 strips with 2 characters and you can choose from various backgrounds and characters.


Infographics

Free Tools to make infographics
5 free tools


Online Surveys

MonkeySurvey


The above list includes information from the EVO Digital Storytelling 4 Kids wiki
Voicethread in Education ideas wiki