Tuesday, May 29, 2012


I've been hearing a lot about a tool called Thinglink.  This tool can make any image that you put on your website or blog interactive, so that a person who is looking at your image can hover over small dots  and get information about things on your image. 

Here is a video that shows Thinglink in action:

Click here to get Richard Byrne's take on Thinglink as well as some examples of how people are using Thinglink.  

Here is a how-to video by Richard Byrne:

Here is a Mentor Mob (like a mini tool for learning online) to learn about Thinglink:

Create your own Playlist on MentorMob!

I want to use Thinglink with students.  There are some great ideas of how others are using Thinglink below:


Judy said...

Have you used Thinglink? I first heard about it on the Free Technology 4 Teachers blog. I have not tried it out, but tried Stained Glass, which was featured in the original post in Free Technology ... site. I am wondering how useful others have found Thinglink.

Deb Norton said...

Hi Judy,
I haven't used Thinglink yet, but I find the idea of an interactive image with audio or text very exciting. I know I will use this tool sometime soon.