by Mel Rosenberg, Guest Author
Last July I met Ulla Engeström, CEO and co-founder of ThingLink, at a conference in Portugal. I had the best introduction to ThingLink possible! As co-founder of Ourboox, a simple platform for creating and sharing interactive digital picture books, the first thing that crossed my mind was, well, crossing platforms. In other words, was it possible to embed a ThingLink scene in one of our e-books? On the spot, we began to create an e-book together on the Ourboox platform.
This piece was originally published on hundred.org by Josephine Lister, editor at HunDred.org. We appreciate the opportunity to share this post with our readers.
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.
by Christi Collins
Are you looking for more engaging ways to provide your students with choice-based assignments and activities? One way to provide students with more meaningful, self-directed learning opportunities is to create an Interactive Learning Menu in Thinglink. Interactive Learning Menus, also known as Choice Boards, provide students with a variety of options to choose from based on their individual interests.