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New Way to Tell Stories

I just found this site and am applying for membership. What do you think?

Hmmm… just tried to embed this, but I got nowhere. So you’ll have to follow the link. It’s for a 3-D pop-up book you can write. I’ve not yet tried to use it, but I can envision lots of applications!

http://alpha.zooburst.com/index.php?viewbook=1012

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Comments on: "New Way to Tell Stories" (1)

  1. I like Zooburst very much. It gives kids/adults lots of options for making a digital story so that not everyone needs to be the same and they can choose a format that is best for them.

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