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ThingLink Interactive Video Pilot Program for Higher Education and eLearning

Louise Jones

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ThingLink is starting an interactive video pilot program for higher education and eLearning. The goal is to collect feedback from our users regarding: 

  • applications and use cases for traditional and 360 degree video
  • video editor features
  • data usage and
  • user experience for content consumption (platforms and devices)

Duration of the program is 6 months from March 1st to August 30th, 2019.

Who can apply: Universities, technical colleges, vocational schools, museums, libraries, and educational publishers interested in testing interactive 2D or 360 degree videos in online learning. Examples of video applications may include online lectures and study materials, professional training videos, campus tours, or safety instructions. 

Participating in the program is free of cost and does not require an existing subscription with ThingLink. All selected participants will receive a complementary verified organization account with a 5 000 GB data plan for 2019.

Interested in signing up your organization? Please leave us your information using this form. Accepted participants will be contacted for a 30-minute entry interview and setup for the verified organization account. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us at education@thinglink.com!


Example: Teacher training program at the University of Eastern Finland, home economics class, video production by Henri Pennanen.

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