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ENGL 3021: Life and Print Culture in Eighteenth-Century London (O'Driscoll)

English 321, Fall 2017, Prof. Sally O'Driscoll

Digital Composition Tools

Some common tools that you might use for your digital projects include iBook Author, Adobe Spark, and Voicethread.  You might also find some of these tools from the Northwestern University Knight Lab useful for making a multimodal project.  The two easiest-to-use tools for humanities projects are Timeline (for chronologically based projects) and StoryMap (for mapping or image annotation).  Be sure to consider which type of argument you'd like to make before deciding on a tool.

For simple websites, you can also try these freemium services: