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ThingLink: An Interactive Technology to Enhance the Student Experience

ThingLink: An Interactive Technology to Enhance the Student Experience

ThingLink is a program in which you can use still images, 360 images or video to create interactive content for your online courses. Easily augment photos with text, audio, closeup photos, links, and video. Create images with sound, explain what’s in the picture with notes and narration, document nature around you, send instructions for how things work, or tell an engaging story of what you’ve just learned. Join us to learn the basics of ThingLink and view some examples of how it can be used in the classroom.

Presenters: Amanda Brown, Distance Learning Department and Karen Meyer, Science Department

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