Thursday, April 3, 2014

ThingLink - a dynamic tool for all subjects

ThingLink is a great FREE tool that can make images come alive with text, links, video, audio, and more.  

I can see ThingLink being used in the classroom as a dynamic method of presenting information.  It could also be a unique alternative to the traditional research paper, as research can be shared both visually and linguistically within a ThingLink graphic.  To keep the focus on citation, simply have students create a Works Cited page in a Google Doc and put the link on their interactive image.

If you want more control, teacher accounts are available - view this blog post for details.

Check out ThinkLink in action below.

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