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ZooBurst is a digital storytelling tool that lets you create your own 3D pop-up books by uploading pictures and adding text.

ZooBurst is also a very secure tool for young learners as its target users are teachers and students. If you choose the premium account you can have a class dashboard and control your students’ works easily.

If you have a webcam installed on your computer, you can also experience any ZooBurst book in Augmented Reality. You can create stories on your computer or iPad. If you are using the free account, you can create 10 books and your online pop-up book created with ZooBurst can be embedded in any website or blog.

I rarely read user manuals or watch tutorials, I sign up and fight with the tool for some time but I know some of you are not like me. Here you can read the detailed user manual of ZooBurst.


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  1.    turkslearnenglish on July 13, 2013 1:59 am      Reply

    Thanks for this post.

    This is a great product for my online Young Learner students.

    We started http://www.turkslearnenglish.com a few months ago, and I have struggled to create post-lesson writing activities for my younger students.

    Zooburst has been very easy to integrate into my lesson plans and I am now using it to get students to write, perhaps the most challenging task of all.

    Best of all, it allows Young Learners to share and distribute their work with parents, which means the person who pays for the lesson can see the value!

    Thanks for the post,

    James Heywood

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