ThingLink lets educators and students bring a picture to life by embedding videos, links and photos.

In the examples below, I embedded book trailers, author sites and other information within a library calendar, embedded resources for librarians for my blog, and embedded little known google sites for a Region One training.

This was a blog post on teacher/librarian tools.

A visual on little known Google Tools.

So how do you begin?

Thinglink can be used to create multimedia paperless products.  Imagine student lab reports turned in with a link and that link has video, documents and audio notes.  Math screencasts of students doing their work that way you can see their thinking process.  There are numerous ways you can use Thinglink. Please share your ideas on how to use Thinglink below.