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News for EDU Community Members

News for EDU Community Members

One of the big reasons we blog here on the ThingLink Blog for Education is to provide our community with ideas and inspiration for using ThingLink for teaching and learning. We celebrate the leadership of ThingLink Certified Educators and truly appreciate the strength that can be found within this community of learners. In case you missed it, here are some recent highlights.


We kicked off Season II of our Friday featured posts by showcasing the work of some of our newest Certified Educators. Look for new posts every Friday.

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We’ve launched a Wednesday bi-monthly series featuring the work of our colleagues L. Michelle Salvant and Dr. Kelley Bailey at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University, FAMU! We’ll take a closer look at the Virtual Reality lab they have designed and we will cheer them on as they bring the power of ThingLink 360/VR to Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the country. Read the post,  FAMU Certified Educators Spark HBCU Campaign.

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Celebrate and share in the learning with ThingLink Certified Educators during our interactive image slam. Get inspired by leaders who are transforming teaching and learning with interactive 360/VR and join the conversation.

Learn with Spotlight Speakers in November

  • Oyster Restoration Project, with Patricia Merlino from NJ
  • Explore the Wetlands, with Jen & Brian Cauthers from NY
  • Learn about our Image of the Week Contest

Sign up to participate live on November 7th @ 7 pm EST, or sign up to watch on-demand.



We are helping educators Shift from Consumption to Creation through ThingLink 360/VR Bootcamps. We’ve got two upcoming Bootcamps in early November and we’re hoping to work with educators in the Boulder Colorado and Milton Pennsylvania areas. We would love to have you join us! Please contact susan@thinglink.com for anything related to a ThingLink Bootcamp.


We’re facilitating a  hands-on learning event at Peak-to-Peak Charter School in Lafayette, CO on November 11, 2018, and we hope to meet as many local educators as possible on our trip.


We’re facilitating a Bootcamp with collaboration from in CSIU in Milton Pennsylvania on November 13, 2018, and we hope to meet as many local educators as possible on our trip.


Share your 360/VR image of the week for a chance to select a professional 360 image for our library! We will award the selection of an image to everyone whose work is featured as our image of the week. We know you’ve created some amazing images and we hope you will share!

Use this form as a checklist to help you meet criteria related to source crediting and to help you prepare your image for publication. Don’t delay. We hope to select an image to feature next Tuesday!


We are dedicated to providing our education community with inspiring ideas for teaching and learning with ThingLink through this blog. We hope you will subscribe to receive weekly updates highlighting our weekly content.

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Susan Oxnevad
Susan Oxnevad 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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