Women’s Rights 360 is an interactive virtual field trip created by the ThingLink Education team last year to help teachers and students discuss the complex topic of global gender equality and women’s rights in the classroom. We invite you to explore, modify and create a ThingLink 360 Virtual Field Trip.
Since we released ThingLink 360 last year, our team has gathered tons of feedback from many user groups. We’re excited to share 5 enhancements to ThingLink 360, based on your feedback.
We have more enhancements planned as ThingLink 360 continues to grow more powerful in 2018. We take user requests very seriously, and they play a big role in what we create. Feel free to drop us a note with requests for new features for ThingLink 360, and be sure to stay tuned to this blog for news as we release new features based on feedback from our community.
To reflect on the significance of Dr. Martin Luther King, we’ve published 3 ways to use ThingLink to power thoughtful learning. We hope these ideas inspire you to create your own ThingLinks and we encourage you to submit them for a chance to select a 360 image for our stunning library of images.
We invite you to explore our monthly inspiration featuring ideas and pedagogy to help educators leverage the power of ThingLink for teaching and learning in January! Happy Tagging!
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!