Alternatives to Storify (Revisited)

Over six years ago, Ryan first introduced ProfHacker readers to Storify, an online tool for curating information from a variety of sources and presenting it to your audience in a user-friendly format. I’ve enjoyed using Storify over the years, but it has it’s problems.

For example, back in October of 2012 I wrote about a Storify problem encountered by my students that prompted us to generate this list of alternative web services that function similarly to Storify. Although this was a useful exercise, none of those alternatives has become an essential tool in my digital life. And in the time that has passed since my students generated the list, I cannot say that I’ve come across any new tools that have emerged as the obvious frontrunner for collecting, arranging, and presenting information.

So I thought, “Hey, why not ask ProfHacker readers what they use?”

What tools do you use for digital curation? What are their strengths and weaknesses? Please share in the comments.

[CC-licensed Flickr photo by Gushi Soda]

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