8 thoughts on “Design Your Digital Classroom

  1. Leslie Lou

    Soundas like a great session, sorry I missed it. I will spend some time with theses materials and appreciate the cc license. Hope to see you next year at ice.

  2. Anonymous

    What a fun way to display this information. You weren't kidding when you said you had enough material here to teach for 30 days. See you on Twitter, Susan.

  3. Just wondering, I have just discovered your blog and resources and you are my new Idolcan you tell me though, what tool are you using to create your original image? for example the compiled image above? I am not finding that info. are you using an image editor?

  4. Hello Alexis, thank you for the kind words. The interactive image was created with ThingLink, a free tool that happens to be one of my favorites! You can find several articles and examples of ThingLink by using the search box on this blog, but perhaps a good place to start would be to check out the post at http://bit.ly/LpupCn. There you will find an introduction and a playlist of resources that should be enough to get you going. Please note: ThingLink is constantly working to develop new features and you can now choose from a variety of different nubbins, or icons, to quickly identify types of links for differentiation.Stay tuned to this blog for more ThingLink examples and do try it. You will be amazed at how easy it is.

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