However, I recently needed to gather and share resources with a group and I thought a Thinglink would be a good tool to use. As I reexplored this program, I was wowed at how much has improved with this product and they have even added a free app for mobile devices! Thinglink is very user friendly, it incorporates search features to make it easy to build your creation, and sharing it snap with connections to many social media outlets. Thinglink offers teacher accounts and for a small yearly fee ($35) teachers can have a premium account. I also really like how they have expanded into adding tags to videos as well! It can bring your flip class videos to a whole new level.
But, I thought the best way to learn more about Thinglink is to use Thinglink! Explore the Thinglink below by moving your mouse onto the image.
One of the techniques that I practice when using Thinglink is to use different icons to represent different resources.
Check out my key before you begin:
- Red circle icon = website
- Red Play button = video
- White i = a text box