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ThingLink for education#

Thinglink supports social learning platforms such as Edmodo and Schoology. Embedding Thinglink images into your content on Edmodo or Schoology is easy and requires only a few clicks. Read on to learn more!

Edmodo#

You can embed Thinglink images in Edmodo by attaching them as links or adding them via your Edmodo library. The step-by-step instructions and the screencasts below will guide you through this process:

  1. Hover over any Thinglink image
  2. Select Share image from the top right corner of the image
  3. Copy the iframe code by checking the iframe box and clicking on the Copy to clipboard button
  4. Log in to your Edmodo account
  5. Create a new post and attach a Link to it
  6. Paste in the iframe code to the field that says http:// or <embed>
  7. Give the attachment a title and click Attach
  8. Fill in the empty fields and click Send

Your Thinglink image will now show up in your post as an attachment, which can be opened/closed by clicking on the attachment icon.

Schoology#

On Schoology you can embed Thinglink images as Links and Resources. You can use Thinglink images in your Updates, Assignments, Online Tests, Discussions and Pages. The following steps provide a general rundown on how to embed a Thinglink image into your content in Schoology:

  1. Hover over any Thinglink image
  2. Select Share image from the top right corner of the image
  3. Copy the iframe code by selecting the iframe box and clicking on the Copy to clipboard button
  4. Log in to your Schoology account
  5. Create a new piece of content (e.g. an Update) and embed your Thinglink image to it by choosing Link
  6. Paste in the iframe code to the field that says Enter a url or embed code
  7. Give the attachment a title and click Attach
  8. Fill in the empty fields and click Post

Your Thinglink image will now show up in your post as an attachment, which can be opened by clicking on the attachment icon.

See Also#

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