Some of the tools presented by the latest Edutopia issue might be more applicable for younger students, but some (e.g., myBrainshark, PosterMyWall, and Screen-o-Matic) are applicable to any audience and presentations in classes or conferences. Check them out!
Great and easy to use tool for blended and flipped instruction!
Check it out in this great post. You can combine files and media-rich resources (websites, youtube videos, etc.) into an easy to navigate resource.
Try Metta yourself and/or encourage your students to create multimedia presentations with audio, video, and still images! Want to know more and see examples? Visit http://www.emergingedtech.com/2013/10/create-digital-learning-content-easily-combining-parts-one-more-videos-with-images-text-audio-using-metta/ or go directly to Metta (www.metta.io).