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Using ThingLink on Edmodo

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ThingLink helps you create and discover rich images filled with music, video, text, images and more! …

ThingLink helps you create and discover rich images filled with music, video, text, images and more!

This tutorial shows you how to embed ThingLink images into your content on Edmodo and Schoology.

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Transcript

  • 1. 1. Hover over any Thinglink image2. Select Share image from the top left corner of the image
  • 2. 3. Click on Edmodo4. Copy the iframe code by clicking on the Copy to clipboard button
  • 3. 5. Log in to your Edmodo account6. Create a new post and attach a Link to it
  • 4. 7. Paste in the iframe code to the field that says http:// or <embed>8. Give the attachment a title and click Attach
  • 5. 9. Fill in the empty fields and click Send
  • 6. Your Thinglink image will now show up in your post as an attachment, which can be opened/closed by clicking on the attachment icon.
  • 7. Screencasts: ThingLink for Edmodo - Add a post http://youtu.be/y7IdPa2s1Hc?hd=1ThingLink for Edmodo - Add from library http://youtu.be/Z7QAuw9eU-0?hd=1
  • 8. Sign up now at ThingLink.com. It’s free!