This paper will describe the use of technologies and the products created by students at Javeriana University in Bogota, Colombia and Akita International University in Japan. In Colombia, the students employed Transmedia Storytelling techniques to collaborate in the creation of a new fiction based on an existing short story. In Japan, students used these same techniques to create products that helped them learn the Academic Word List. Training techniques have been designed to develop collaboration between students and teachers in creating Transmedia Narratives. By doing so, teachers are able to build a student-centered environment and transform the classroom from passive to active, while students improve their collaborative intelligence skills by sharing knowledge and ideas, mentoring, and working productively with others. This paper will describe how to build collaborative learning environments using Transmedia Storytelling techniques and give examples of the type of products students are able to create using different technologies.