ThingLink has released free 360-degree images to UNESCO World Heritage Sites
ThingLink, 2018 Winner of the UNESCO ICT in Education Prize, has just released free 360-degree images to UNESCO World Heritage Sites and invites teachers to take part in the ThingLink Teacher Challenge 2019. Teachers from all over the world will have an opportunity to include virtual trips in their lesson plans and create immersive learning experiences in multiple languages that will allow learners to discover different cultures in an interactive way.
More information about the Teacher Challenge
Check out ThingLink 360-degree images:
Ancient building complex in the Wudang Mountains, China
Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal
ThingLink is a web tool and an application, which allows teachers and students to easily enhance visual media with text, voice, photos, videos and 360-degree images with a view to increasing knowledge sharing and learning engagement.