This concludes this very brief introduction to HyperStudio, which is intended to quickly give you enough context and sense of the HyperStudio environment to start exploring.
This is obviously just the beginning though, and there is much more than can be learned about the HyperStudio program, and how use it.† Like DNA and LEGO, with these simple building blocks, you can not only do digital storytelling, but create everything from animated videos to projects on paper(!).
There are many books that have been written about previous versions of HyperStudio, and Professional Development workshops are already being planned in many places worldwide.† However, itís also true that part of the fun of HyperStudio is sharing your own discoveries about ways of using it with others, and I encourage you to do just that.† The first HyperStudio video tutorials are starting to appear on YouTube and Teacher Tube.† That is, as they say, just the tip of the iceberg, and you will no doubt think of your own ways and places to share what you are best at, and that HyperStudio helps you do more effectively.
The documentation for included with HyperStudio includes a simple Tutorial that will take you through the building of a simple stack. There is also a HyperStudio Reference, which has information on the HyperStudio application in detail.