This study intended to use CELL system to aid storytelling activity for the enhancement of creativity of seven hearing-impaired students. The design of CELL was based on the idea of connectivism and employed an open source on the Internet. Cell allows storytelling members to exchange episodes and ideas with each other via network. Members can search and collect various resources on the Internet. Furthermore, members can exchange their story artifacts as well as publish their stories in the public area. Video taping, action logs, answers of storytelling activity, and interviews were used to collect data. The data collected were analyzed by the method of ethnographic microanalysis of interaction. The results of this study demonstrated that developing a collaborative story creation platform could connect the resources of the Internet and integrate the materials of multimedia, as well as provide a public area for sharing the collaborative artifacts. It could also enrich the resources of inspiration and make possible developing story plots in multi representations when the hearing-impaired students performed the storytelling activity.