- Adobe Spark–suite of free tools for creating images, videos, and simple web pages; quick; great for Chromebooks
- EdPuzzle–edit, quizzify, and add your voice to any video
- Explain Everything–turn multimedia slides into a movie
- Go animate
- Moovly–free or fee, animated videos
- Periscope–live stream videos from your classroom
- PlayPosit–interactive videos
- Spark video — works on Chromebooks and iOS; add personal narrative, images. Use a story template or start from scratch; creates as slides
- Vialogues–create or upload video, add comments, have a conversation, embed
- WeVideo–collaborative; record on mobile devices; edit on desktop; works great on Chromebooks
- Wideo–create videos online
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