There are three ways you can use Sutori.

1. Learning resource
Add text, media and all kinds of interactivity to a story on any topic. You can then get your students to watch the videos, read the content, answer the quiz questions etc. in class or at home. Get students engaged in the content through the commenting system. Here's a recent example from the good folk at ADL that use Sutori.

2. Students for student presentations
Set up a template so that students have a framework from which to create their projects. Feel free to use one of the templates (a selection comes up before you begin creating) that you can edit at will. Here is a walkthrough video on the creation tool that students can refer to if needed (please note students have access to this in their own tutorial).

3. Collaborative presentations
Create a story, invite groups of students or the whole class to get everyone involved. Students can also set their own collaborative stories for easy group work. (example: Wall of Oppression & Resistance).

👉 Want more use cases? Check out our 50 ways to use Sutori resource.