Since Sutori is an online structure for developing timeline-type stories or documentation, it is really open-ended for the content addressed. However, by design there is great potential for student learning and sharing. Be cause the documentation can included visuals, audio files, text, links, etc. the student efforts in developing the Sutori projects can be reinforcing concept development. Sutori can be used across the curriculum by both instructors and students. By having students develop and present the content via Sutori, student-centered learning is clearrly supported.
Some ways to use Sutori might include documenting test preparation, demonstrating experiments, having students debate via the Sutori comment feature, creating historical narratives, collaborating to create a timeline of characters or famous individuals, developing a digital travel diary, presenting information over time and class sessions, developing information that serves as a companion to a reading assignment, using as a performance assessment, and embedding 360 degree experiences within a lesson or presentation.
Sutori can be utilized in any content. Sample uses are included in the website.