Thinglink allows you to make images and videos “touchable/clickable” by adding hot spots or links to them. Thinglink multimedia images can be used for a variety of purposes. Teachers can create Thinglink images with embedded information to help students study or to introduce topics. Students can create Thinglink projects to demonstrate understanding or communicate an idea.

The video below introduces Thinglink and gives some examples of how Thinglink might be used in the classroom.

Four Ways to Think About Using ThingLink – Rethinking ThingLink highlights some great ways to use Thinglink.

Additionally, “Thinglink Edu – Your Students Can Use Thinglink Without Email Addresses, Here’s How” explains how to create a teacher account in Thinglink so that students do not need to use school emails addresses to create with the site.