ThingLink is proud to be making a strong presence at MACUL in Detroit this year. The Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning Conference is an annual event that draws proud Michigan educators together for a few days of learning and collaboration.
From national presenters to local Michigan educators, people are talking about ThingLink and we’re glad! We’ll be featuring a look at several sessions that include ThingLink 360/VR at MACUL this year. Our first post highlights ThingLink at the featured session of Hall Davidson, Discovery Education.
It can be hard to remember history and to keep track of all the different facts and events – and art history even more so! There is a lot of meaning and significance buried in art, and extracting these is key to the learning experience. What better way to do this than by making the art interactive?
Extract meaning from the art by focusing on specific parts of it and creating explanatory tags. You can make use of our different pre-made icons for different corresponding tags – or even create your own icons with one of our paid plans.
What better way to learn cell anatomy than to make it interactive? Take anatomy in your classroom to the next level by having your students tag diagrams with informational materials and descriptions.
Since anatomy can be incredibly complicated and detailed, students can take the time to clearly and purposefully label and tag diagrams for a deeper learning experience. ThingLink images can be tagged with a wide variety of rich media tags to make them even more engaging.
This great example of hands-on learning was created by a student, and includes text tags and video narration for a thorough learning experience.
Now that you’ve explored this great example, it’s time to get started! If you want to learn more about how to use all our other features, schedule a demo with a ThingLink expert or sign up for one of our free webinars. You can also check out some other great education examples here. Happy Tagging!
Are you looking for inspiration for ways to use ThingLink in the classroom? Here are some ways to turn up the volume on creativity with audio tags.