Thinglink – a new way to make images interactive

Thinglink is a new tool that lets you add multiple interactive elements to an image or page.   It could be very useful, for example, in linking websites, photos or events to a map (click the map below for an example).   It is used a lot in filmmaking and advertising, but has potential in educational uses.  It is apparently fairly easy to use, and there are some good examples and tips on the website.   If you try it out, please share your examples!

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