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Thinglink Presentation
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Thinglink Tutorial

Thinglink Tutorial

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  • 1. Using Thinglink Presented by: Brittany Larsen
  • 2. Thinglink Set up oSign up using an e-mail address and password oUpload a picture from your computer or upload from Facebook, Flickr or the web oClick edit and add buttons oCopy and paste desired url oClick share: Choice of sharing on social media, copying the link or embedding to a blog.
  • 3. Purpose of Thinglink oTo make uploaded photos interactive oInclude links, videos, music, etc. in your interactive photo oTo share your created photos oTo embed to social media sites such as Facebook oTo create communication and conversation using the photos (comments, links, following)
  • 4. Thinglink in the classroom oEngages students in learning more using an interactive technology oAbility to upgrade to education account •Create and manage classes •Invite students oConnect to other web links and sources through interactive buttons
  • 5. Other Education Ideas for Thinglink oELA oMath oScience oSocial Studies oProfessional Development oParent Communication oTeacher Collaboration oStudent Created Projects
  • 6. Pros oVery easy to use oCan be used for whole group instruction or independent work oWeb based technology appropriate for early education classrooms oMore engaging than showing regular printed pictures oPotential for more information through links than the students would be exposed to otherwise oSearch engine for videos, images, etc. oCan “touch” or “tag” other people’s Thinglink
  • 7. Cons oCannot add other clip art or images to enhance uploaded photo oCannot change the font used for text boxes oQuite simple in terms of exciting features oCannot adjust button size (instead of resizing it will crop the button)
  • 8. Resources •www.thinglink.com •Learn to Use Thinglink in Under 5 Minutes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STDjjfkmTVU •Using ThingLink in the Classroom: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KqFHfqjhHE •Thinglink: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pao0pxw6J0Y Clip art: DJinkers
  • 9. My Thinglink https://www.thinglink.com/scene/52 7609110699442177

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