Thinglink is a website that allows users to make their images interactive and tag them with links, information, video, sound, and other features. There are several great ways that teachers could use this on a website or blog.
Thinglink is a neat service that allows you to make any image on your blog an interactive image. To do this you have to install the Thinglink plug-in (available for Blogger, WordPress, and Tumblr). ...
Thinglink is a wonderful new site that I just found out about from Free Technology 4 Teachers. This is a site that installs a plugin on a blogging platform and then turns your photos interactive by tagging and labeling ...
ThingLink is an image linking tool which allows you to add descriptions and links various points of an image. Identify a key figure in a famous photo or use the tagging feature to link students to more information on a topic.
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How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
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