In the learning space, ThingLink is used for a variety of purposes, including:
1) Interactive learning materials: instructors can use ThingLink to create interactive learning materials, such as infographics, maps, and timelines, that allow students to explore and engage with the content in a more immersive and interactive way;
2) Virtual field trips: ThingLink’s virtual tour feature can be used to create virtual field trips that allow students to explore and learn about different places and cultures from the comfort of their own classroom; 3) Digital storytelling: ThingLink can be used to create digital stories, where students can create interactive narratives by adding tags to images and videos that contain additional information, multimedia elements, or links to other resources;
4) Language learning: ThingLink can be used in language learning to create interactive vocabulary lists, where students can click on words to see images or videos that illustrate the word in context;
5) Assessment and evaluation: instructors can use ThingLink to create interactive quizzes and assessments, where students can click on tags to answer questions or explore additional resources.