Storify


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Sto´ri`fy


v. t.1.To form or tell stories of; to narrate or describe in a story.
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Applications like Storify provide a powerful way to contextualize aggregated content from Twitter to offer more insight to readers.
And the Association's social media accounts, including Facebook, @publichealth on Twitter and Storify, give instantaneous updates within users' feeds.
Overall, the students responded well to a fairly diverse curriculum [see a Storify by Denis Sergev (UEA) of tweets from participants at https://storify .
View the story "Lightning and thunder dazzle skies over Doha" on Storify ] Last updated: April 14 2016 09:56 PM
If you do organise a chat, or if you've missed one you meant to log into, Storify (https://storify.
visual executive summaries for evaluations, board reports, annual report, Storify, etc.
For more, review the tweets on Storify (http://sfy.
Author Anderson, a consultant in educational technology, provides step-by-step instructions for using the digital curation tools Evernote, Diigo, and Pocket in the classroom; other tools covered include Twitter, Pinterest, EduClipper, Storify, ThingLink, and Flipboard.
Sharing with Storify throughout the district each time not only allows the participants a chance to remember what they discussed, but shows teachers who hadn't tried an edchat what they were missing and what it looks like.
Newer tools, such as Pinterest and Storify, saw broader adoption by State DOTs in 2013 than in the previous year.
Embraced by education professionals * Highlight texts and create folders * Can create groups with colleagues and classmates Storify A website where individual users can organize what they find on the internet into a narrative.