Top 10 sites for Creating Digital Magazines and Newspapers by David Kapuler

10/21/2011 1:18:16 PM

While creating digital magazines or newspapers can be done in a word processor, there are dedicated sites that elevate this art to a whole new level.

Top 10 sites for Creating Digital Magazines/Newspapers

1. Issuu  - One of the most popular and successful online digital magazine creators/publishers around, with a very nice user interface.

2. Yudu  - Upload a document or PDF to create an online magazine that can be emailed our or embedded into a site.

3. Openzine  - Very user friendly site with an abundance of templates and layouts to create a professional-looking magazine and share online.

4. NewsCred  - Create a terrific looking online newspaper in 5 minutes, similar to Openzine.

5. Scribd  - A very popular Web 2.0 site for creating online content and publishing.

6 Fodey  - A fun site to create a newspaper and then download to print out or put on a blog or site.

7. Zinepal  - A great way to bring the news to students by "clipping" online articles. This is a wonderful site for those making the move to ebook readers.

8.   - A fantastic site to turn Twitter into an online readable magazine.

9.  - Is a news aggregator that puts online news in one customizable place.

10. Crayon - Create a professional-looking newspaper with this nice online creator. There are several options to choose from, so it has a bit of a higher learning curve.

 David Kapuler is an educational consultant with more than 10 years of experience working in the K-12 environment. For more information about his work, contact him at and read his blog at

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