Edition 63 – Opera, Studying, and Digital Storytelling

addition to the edtech archive
The Opera Platform: classical and experiment opera from 15 contributing companies
Greetings! Here are a few recent additions to my Edtech Archive, a collection of over 8000 free, online educational resources. This edition focuses on the opera, studying, and digital storytelling
  • opera, music, performance: The Opera Platform – Not to be confused with my favourite web
    addition to the edtech archive
    The Opera Platform: classical and experiment opera from 15 contributing companies

    browser, The Opera Platform offers a range of operatic content from the most popular titles to the most innovative: an average of one showcase complete opera per month from one of 15 partner theatres. Each showcase opera is subtitled in 6 languages and comes with documentary support materials that enrich your experience of the performance.

  • studying, elearning, study aids, test prep: study.com – short videos, created by teachers, designed to teach any given topic. Here you can enroll in courses or use the videos to supplement your learning in a traditional setting. There are over 30,000 lessons covering most disciplines in the arts, maths, sciences, and social sciences. Make the most of your free trial… its only 5 days long.
  • games, interactive, writing, tools, creative writing, storytelling, digital storytelling: Twine / An
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    Twine: fun with digital storytelling

    open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories – “you don’t need to write any code to create a simple story with Twine, but you can extend your stories with variables, conditional logic, images, CSS, and JavaScript when you’re ready.” Twine publishes directly to HTML, so you can enbed your work on most web pages. You can use Twine online or download the program to your desktop in either OSX or Windows.

Til next time… peace and love

Paul