Tellagami is a mobile app that lets you create and share a quick animated message called a Gami.
A Gami can be an exciting tweet or status update. It can be a fun way to tell a story. It can be a thank you message or a vacation postcard. It can be a birthday greeting, party invite or cool way to share photos.
Create a Gami in 3 easy steps. 1 – Customize a character and choose your background. 2 – Record your voice or type a message for your character to say. 3 – Share your Gami on Facebook, Twitter or send via text or email.
- Mix and match your character & background
- Record your voice or type a message
- Resize character and place it in the scene
- Personalize with a photo background
- Share via Facebook, Twitter, email or SMS
- View Gami as a web URL on all devices
WAYS TO USE A GAMI
- Greetings & Invites – Liven up your messages
- Education – Learn in a new way
- Business & Marketing – Stand out with creativity
|Tellagami||Free||This app is designed for Android and iOS devices.|
Great tool for creating animated video. We’ve used this tool to create a short video and imported into Book creator to make speaking narrator.
Easy to use app for digital storytelling or use the avatar to introduce or explain concepts or ask questions. Many options now only available through in-app purchases or in the full version.
A cool iOS app for creating your own avatar and then using in a digital story.
Tellagami can be useful if you want to add a quick comment to your online course, when you want to weave your own voice through the content, but don’t want to go to the hassle of recording a webinar. Students read so much during their time at university, so it’s a good idea to give them some sort of visual / auditory break in content for information that doesn’t necessarily require academic tone.
The audio/visual element of Tellagami is ideal for breaking up text-heavy areas in blended and online units. For fully online units, it gives students a sense of presence, particularly if the educators voice is used, and acts as a visual and auditory guide to to the content.
Educators can record a quick message at the beginning of each week / module to guide the students in the content or give a lead-in explanation to an online activity. Short anecdotes or reminders can be shared with students or educators could create a virtual tour of a location or piece of information by uploading a screenshot or image as the background.
Students can use Tellagami in a similar way to educators, and can be asked to create short animations in online courses to introduce themselves, give a quick response to an online activity, or create a virtual ‘tour’ of their context, a project they’re working on, or add an update on group work / individual formative tasks.