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View Resource Twine

Twine is a program for building interactive, non-linear stories and games. It produces HTML documents that can be published nearly anywhere. While no coding is necessary to use Twine, technical users may choose to make use of CSS and Javascript if they wish. On the Twine wiki, users will find a number of tutorials, screencasts, and even comprehensive reference documentation. The Twine Cookbook...

View Resource Words & Pictures: Literacy, Art and Common Core Together

Words & Pictures: Literacy, Art and Common Core Together is a robust suite of teaching materials primarily focused on English Language arts and visual arts for K-2 students. This collection was developed and tested during the 2012-2013 school year by Duke University's Nasher Museum of Art in collaboration with classroom teachers from six elementary schools in the Durham, NC, public school system....

View Resource Library Workflow Exchange

Librarians interested in workflows, digital archiving, and digital preservation should pay a visit to the Library Workflow Exchange. The knowledgebase, which was created by Liz Woolcott and Anna Neatrour, is a "site [that] is designed to help librarians share workflows and best practices across institutions." This site would be especially useful to those who are reevaluating existing documentation...

View Resource CK-12

CK-12 is comprised of free, open access resources for both teachers and students including online textbooks, lesson plans, worksheets, and much more. The site has both a student and teacher view, and on the homepage, subjects are broken down by category. For example, if visiting the probability category under the math subject, lessons plans for counting sets, theoretical and experimental...

View Resource Storybench: For educators

Educators and readers interested in digital storytelling may want to check out this collection of resources from Storybench, a project of Northeastern University's Media Innovation program which describes itself as "[providing] an 'under the hood' look at the most invigorating and inspiring projects in digital storytelling around the world." Visitors to Storybench's For Educators page will find...