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• StoryMapJS allows you to create a series of slides with images/texts that are represented as ordered steps on a map (or uploaded image). To create a StoryMap, you sign into a Google Drive, choose a map/image, place pins on your map, and then upload media/text/etc.
StoryMaps is an app that runs off of ArcGIS (the College currently has limited licenses for ArcGIS but is considering an expanded subscription that would include unlimited licenses and easy web access). StoryMaps is similar to StoryMapJS (above), but with much greater display options and resources from ArcGIS maps and data.
This link will take you to the request form for a WordPress account. Faculty can request to set up a WordPress site for work-related uses. They can have multiple sites for course projects, etc. Students can be given access to these sites at various permissions levels. (to request a site: https://forms.roanoke.edu/finder/search?search_text=Wordpress)
Free, open source, cross-platform audio software
Audacity is an easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems. This software is on the computer in the digitization office on the first floor of the library.