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Online tutorials are great opportunities for students to create presentations for an authentic audience (see The Best Places Where Students Can Create Online Learning/Teaching Objects For An “Authentic Audience”).

Obviously, anyone can create tutorial and put it online.

However, this list contains some easy and scaffolded tools for creating them, which will also automatically be made available to a broader audience:

Tick is a new app where you can create visual tutorials. The Visualist is another similar one.

Of course, Instructables and WikiHow are old stand-byes.

WikiHow also has some viewable instructions that might be helpful in creating a tutorial anyway.

Stonly lets you create interactive “guides.”

Tango lets you easily create online tutorials, as does Scribe.

Iorad is a Chrome Extension that lets you easily create tutorials.   Here’s a video about it:

Wow To lets you make “how to” videos through the use of AI. You can make several for free.

Dubble automatically creates tutorials.

Guidde lets you create How-to videos.

Scribe lets you create online tutorials.

The NY Times Learning Network has a contest for students to basically write short tutorials, and provides many supporting resources even if students are not entering the contest.

Scribe lets you make tutorials.