Question: We have a lot of Windows2000 computers at our school that will not run Microsoft’s free PhotoStory3 program for digital storytelling. Is there a way we can still use PhotoStory on these computers.
The IT Guy says:
No, but you have some alternatives to PhotoStory. One of the best is BubbleShare, a free, Web-based application that allows users to upload images into slideshows and add 30 seconds of voice narration to each one using the microphone connected to your computer. Another web-based digital storytelling service is Digital Storyteller. Either of these programs will allow students and teachers to use a Web browser to create digital stories. One benefit is that the created stories are immediately available on the Web to be shared with others.
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