Hello out there. Just wondering whether anyone has used online software for storyboarding especially some that could be shared collaboratively. I use bubbl.us for brainstorming but would like a more specific one for storyboarding. It is just my kids hate designing and especially with pen and paper but they need to plan their outcomes. The web intrigues them so much more. Any suggestions welcome. As I am new, hope I am not repeating a topic or request.

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Have you tried Cacoo?


It lets you save, upload your own images, and lets you work collaboratively with other Cacoo users.
Hi, I thought I'd introduce http://creately.com to you.

Creately is an online diagramming software with intuitive and easy to use Visual Collaboration platform for teachers and students. Creately is a great software with excellent support for K 12 education. The real clincher is that it comes with ready-made templates for Graphics Organizers like Storyboards, Y-charts, Spider Diagrams, Word Webs and loads more that are great for K-12 Education.

Creately comes with Free and Paid plans; and it's a fully interactive interface that runs in your browser. You can also read more on Creately's ability to Storyboarding here - http://www.classroom20.com/profiles/blogs/the-importance-of-graphic
Here are links to several free mind-mapping apps that might come in handy. They aren't Web-based, but they are free, so that's something:



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