Thinglink is a very interseting onlie tool, which allows users to layer media (images, texts, videos, audio) over an image. It can be used to present information, bring together different resources or it could even be given as a project to students (like I have done in my Leboncoin lesson-plan). The best part about this website is that it can easily be shared on social media and integrated into websites. While there is a paid version, you can still create fantastic results with the free version.
Here are some examples of Thinglink in my own work in this portfolio.
- Thinglink as a part of the multimodal portrait.
- Thinglink being used to present activities.
- Thinglink as part of a project for students.
And there is of course, our beautiful class photo, with link to all of my classmates’ portfolios.