Most ThingLink images and videos include short text descriptions that give context to the visual experience and help the viewer understand what they are looking at. At ISTE 2019 we are launching an integration with Microsoft's Immersive Reader, which means all text descriptions, lessons, virtual tours, infographics, and videos created with ThingLink's new editor now come with an integrated reading tool and automatic language translation capability.
Some weeks ago we got a note from Leonardo Coelho, a journalist and a student at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. After the devastating fire that destroyed the National Museum of Rio de Janeiro, Leonardo had started working on a project that developed new ways for people to remember and share memories of the museum they loved. To us, Leonardo’s initiative struck as a truly wonderful example of how 360 media and immersive publishing can support cultural preservation, and we wanted to take a moment to share Leonardo’s story with you.
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Workplace training is mandatory by law and every company needs to provide it. However, providing training for your employees and keeping them up to date can be time, cost and labor intensive. Watch this video to learn how a ThingLink account offers you the opportunity to create information rich and engaging training materials for your employees.
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Videos are the most popular and effective form of media for online training. However, there are two major challenges when it comes to creating training videos: 1) Each viewer has a different previous level of knowledge and 2) Explaining all of the details your employees need to know often makes videos way too long. ThingLink provides a great way to embed all of the information that you need into a video that is short enough to hold your viewers attention while still making an impact.