Using Thinglink for teaching and student projects

thinglinkA few years ago we posted on an online tool called Thinglink, which facilitates the annotation of online images.  It’s got great potential for study pages and student projects so we thought it was worth re-visiting with these examples.  Instructors and students can get free accounts.  In addition to adding text annotations, you can add audio and video interactivity.

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