Bamboo DiRT is a really useful clearinghouse of digital tools—organized around the question “I need to do _, what tools are useful?” rather than being organized around the tools themselves.
Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collective resource page is a site for information, breaking news, and teaching ideas that are important to scholars and teachers in digital rhetoric.
Hybrid Pedagogy has a nice "Concordance" page with a list and brief description of tools.
Web Writing: Why & How for Liberal Arts Teaching & Learning. This born-digital, open-access volume integrates why questions with online examples and tutorials to illustrate how faculty and students are doing this work. Topics include: Why should we integrate the web into our teaching of writing? How does student engagement and faculty pedagogy change when we post our ideas online? Which tools deepen (or distract from) thoughtful learning? What strategies can help the liberal arts to address these digital-era challenges and opportunities?
ds106 Handbook. A handbook for students taking Digital Storytelling at University of Mary Washington, with guidelines for working with Wordpress but also tools for editing photos, creating animated GIFs, and working with audio and video.
Scratch Designed for children to learn to program code and create interactive stories, games, and animations. ScratchEd is an online community for educators using Scratch. Intro video:
http://www.gimcrackd.com/etc/src/Twine Create your own interactive stories with Twine, the same tool used to produce the stories on this Web site.