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Inventory of ICT tools and open educational resources

Welcome to the inventory of freely available online tools and open educational resources for language teaching and learning developed by the ICT-REV project! The inventory contains a list of tools that have been evaluated with specific criteria in mind. Read more
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This tool was developed within the framework of a cooperation agreement between the European Centre for Modern Languages and the European Commission

Toony Tool

Principal function(s): Story creators

Toony Tool is an online cartoon, comic and meme creator. Users can design their cartoons, comics and memes using the images, characters and props provided on the website, or they can use their own images. Once finished, they have the option to share it online or download and print it out. Evaluation: This is a great resource for making cartoons, comics and memes. It is best suited for younger students as the characters and props are a bit juvenile and seem to be aimed at a younger audience. It is not possible to save one's progress and come back at a later time but it is a useful teaching aid for creative writing activities, for example. Its interface is very simple and easy to use.

Cost: Free, registration unrequired

Website: https://www.toonytool.com/



Type Of Interaction

  • Individual work


  • Writing


  • You supply


Interface User-friendliness/complexity of the tool´s interface


Time efficiency Time needed for mastering the „how-to“ of the tool and a production of a task


Interface language(s) The number of languages in which the tool is currently available/adaptable to

English, Dutch

Respect for privacy Does the tool require registration? Who can see my data? Can I remain anonymous?

Medium. Toony Tool collects personal data such as IP addresses, browser and device data through cookies for different purposes, among which providing personalised advertising. However, users can opt out of these cookies. Toony Tool does not sell user data to third parties for purposes other than operating the tool. Its privacy policy mentions taking appropriate security measures to protect personal data, and it requires the same from third parties processing data on its behalf. It also mentions that data is deleted after a retention period of 26 months, when it is used for statistical analysis. Toony Tool acknowledges users’ rights to access, modify or delete their data. It does not state compliance with the GDPR. See more here.

Saving work for future use Possiblity to save your or others´ work for reuse/reproduction

No, your cartoon can be printed, downloaded or saved online where a link will be provided for you to access it and share it.

Tailorability (If so, how?) Possibility of the tool to be used for a range of different activities (e.g. to what extent you can organize a project assignment with a central activity based on this tool)

Yes, you can use your own images to create your Toony Tool.





Technical requirements

Installation required?


Compatibility/ Operating System

Windows, Mac

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