ThingLink Certified Creator Course is LIVE!

Want to create immersive and awe-inspiring content for your audiences but not sure where to start? We have the perfect course for you – ThingLink Certified Creator.   Quotes for Certified Creator Course Base Images by Louise Jones Who is the course designed for? ThingLink Certified Course Creator has been designed for all content creators in digital learning and communication. This free course gives essential skills to educators, eLearning specialists, digital training professionals and anyone interested in creating engaging interactive experiences that stand out. We have designed it to be fully accessible, and each page contains a web view accessibility link. What does the course cover? All aspects of the ThingLink editor Working with images, videos, 360 media and 3D …

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How to easily create your own ThingLink custom icons

Would you like to create your own distinctive icons to use with tags in your ThingLink content? It’s easy – we show you how! We recently added over 2000 icon variations to our ThingLink editor so there are lots of designs and colourways to find icons to match the purpose and context of your creation. However, we understand that it’s vitally important to match your brand style and have the right triggers for your audience. If you need to create custom icons for your ThingLink scenes it’s very easy to do so. For educators – It’s also a great activity to use with learners developing graphic design, art or digital skills! Here’s our top genius ways to create your own …

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Save precious time with new functions to clone your scenarios and more!

Summer ThingLink Scenario Builder Updates The ThingLink Scenario Builder improves with your feedback and we are delighted to announce a few more ‘you said – we did’ improvements. The improvements will be of interest to simulation or gamified learning creators, those responsible for Learning and Development (L&D) or really anyone building self-paced learning experiences. We’ve added three key updates to our ThingLink Scenario Builder.  As well as an improved interface for your participants, you are now able to: Clone a whole Module Add a time limit function to complete the whole Module Identify learning paths or branches in edit mode with a simple text and colored tag system to help creators. In late 2021, ThingLink launched Scenario Builder – their …

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ThingLink and Igloo Vision announce a simple solution for shared interactive VR

With over 20 years of visionary experience between them, ThingLink and Igloo Vision have crafted a reality for the future of immersive spaces. ThingLink is the leading solution for easily creating virtual tours and 360° simulations for workplace training or education. Igloo Vision has been developing in-person immersive spaces with a bespoke media player to power engaging shared virtual reality experiences for over a decade. Now with a clever partnership and integration, ThingLink and Igloo Vision users can create powerful moments of insight for anyone experiencing their immersive spaces. In simple terms this means that anyone can create their 360° interactive content and use it as the essence of the shared immersive experience.  Louise Jones, Director of Communities and Partnerships …

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Calgary University Library uses ThingLink to Create Immersive Orientation Guides

Calgary University Library creates beautifully simple virtual orientation guides to assist new students with library resources We are always excited to share inspiring content created by our ThingLink community. Here are some fabulous resources created by Calgary University Library, shared with us by Marc Stoeckle, Associate Librarian.  All these examples feature great design at their heart. And like all good designs, it ensures that they are simple and intuitive to use. Be inspired with these first class examples which combine professional-looking but easy-to-replicate design concepts! 1. Dinosaur Guide To introduce the library to first year students, Marc and his colleagues created this virtual orientation guide based around a dinosaur themed landing page. What’s behind the design? The Calgary University Library …

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HyGGe virtual school introduces wellness technology through real-life scenarios.

HyGGe virtual school introduces wellness technology through real-life scenarios

In Finland, eight vocational educational institutions collaborated to create a diverse learning environment – the HyGGe school – where users can practice using wellness technology in day care and home settings. The learning environment was created using a combination of several platforms. The materials include virtual visits to kindergartens and a care home – created with ThingLink. The learning environment is open for everyone and was awarded the WinNova Pedagogical Project of the Year award. HyGGe school has received positive feedback for its vocational education which also helps to develop the skills of professional healthcare workers. The HyGGe virtual school is open to everyone The Finnish HyGGe School is a virtual learning environment open to all, where users can practice …

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New ThingLink Scenario Builder Updates are in!

Adding time pressure to create realistic scenario based learning and two other great features We’ve just added three key updates to the ThingLink Scenario builder. Now you can: Improve accessibility via an extended Microsoft Immersive Reader integration;  Reflect the pressure of real life time critical situations with new Timer functionality; Allow end users to track and celebrate success with the ability to add a results summary and congratulations screen. At the end of 2021 ThingLink launched their new solution for creating branching scenario based learning. This easy to use builder allows you to create branching scenarios with all the immersive elements and interactivity ThingLink provides. It’s a ground-breaking new way to create scenario based learning that also has data metrics …

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ThingLink helps Studeo diversify its interactive learning materials

Finnish e-learning publisher Studeo has created a rich set of learning materials for school students. They combine quality content and pedagogical solutions, using the best of learning technology. The versatile e-learning environment incorporates ThingLink to create interactive images. Maps and timelines are made more vivid by adding tags containing information about different cities, videos or soundscapes from around the world. Students are given the chance to revise and test their learning by playing escape room challenges. Studeo – supporting learning Studeo is a Finnish publisher of e-learning materials, founded in 2013. The company publishes learning materials across almost all subjects from primary school to upper secondary school. Studeo’s learning materials are used by over 80,000 students in over 90% of …

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A new scalable model for XR training: Combining 360° and 3D environments for agile simulations

ThingLink and 3D Talo announced a strategic partnership and a new model for building agile XR simulations for learning and development.  As a result of the pandemic, companies want to revamp their digital learning tools. Demand for experiential learning technologies such as virtual reality and augmented reality applications is growing rapidly. There is a very practical explanation for this: if it is difficult or expensive for the trainee to learn on the spot, the company can provide the employee with virtual training that can be completed at their own pace. Preliminary studies show that virtual training works just as well or significantly better than on-site classroom training. Industrial companies are also moving to AR versions of user manuals, where instructional …

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ROM’s interactive and responsive virtual tours solve access issues

ROM (the Royal Ontario Museum) was founded in Toronto in 1914, and showcases art, culture and nature from around the world. One of the pre-eminent cultural institutions in North America, Canada’s largest and most comprehensive museum houses a world-class collection of 13 million artworks, cultural objects and natural history specimens, amongst 40 gallery and exhibition spaces. ROM is also the country’s preeminent field research institute. Julie Tomé is a Bilingual Teacher at the museum. Since December 2020 she and her museum education colleagues had been providing virtual schools lessons in a live webinar format. However she increasingly found that if the content was marketed as a “virtual museum tour”, teachers and pupils were disappointed with the delivered format. Feedback was …

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