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5 Web Tools to Create Awesome Digital Newspapers for Your Class

5 Web Tools to Create Awesome Digital Newspapers for Your Class
To help you create digital newspapers for your class, we curated a list of some of our favorite web tools for this purpose. The list below is an updated version of the list we created last year. enjoy 1- Issuu This is my favorite. To create a newspaper using Issuu , all you need to do is upload the content of your news paper into Issuu and choose the template you like and there you go. The tool is free and requires a sign up. 2- Scribd This is another popular web tool to use for publishing your class digital magazine. 3- Zinepal This tools lets you create an ebook or magazine from posts and articles of a blog. This one here is very simple and easy to use.

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