Explore 2 Narrated 360/VR Audio Tours

ThingLink has always been a tool that allows users to capture learning on the go. Explorers can use whatever portable device is handy to tell digital stories about locations and experiences on the spot. This is a fantastic way to engage learners of all ages in deep learning about locations and kick it up a notch! Please explore 2 narrated 360/VR audio tours created on location and on-the-spot and consider putting ThingLink in your pocket the next time you go on an adventure!

Finland 100 Audio Tour

To celebrate the 100 year anniversary of Finland, ThingLink CEO Ulla recorded an audio tour of her country using 11 narrated 360 images. This is a good example of a project that you can do with students to introduce your region, city, or your school!

Created by Ulla Engestrom, Founder and CEO of ThingLink

Museum of Military History

When  LMichelle Salvant and her family traveled to Orlando, FL over the holidays, they stopped at the Museum of Military History in Kissimmee, Florida. She walked out of the museum with a Virtual Field Trip created on-the-spot with ThingLink!

At first I was just looking around, and then all of a sudden I thought, this could make for a great Virtual Field Trip!!!  Everyone got in on it, and the Assistant Director of the Museum did a narration for me…and here we are! -LMichelle Salvant
Many thanks to Nicole Dollins, Assistant Museum Director, and LMichelle Salvant for getting excited and engaged in learning about military history. We are pleased to learn the museum has plans to embed this ThingLink on their website!

 

Created by LMichelle Media at the Museum of Military History, Kissimee, FL

 

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Susan Oxnevad
Susan Oxnevad is the Director of Education at ThingLink. She strives to build a powerful network of educators who share a passion for using ThingLink to transform teaching and learning. In addition, she also hosts ThingLink webinars for educators and blogs about thoughtful ways to leverage the power of technology for teaching and learning on the ThingLink Blog for Education. Follow her on Twitter @soxnevad
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