ThingLink enables users to annotate still photos, videos, and 360 media to create interactive digital environments. ThingLink can supportĀ  virtual interactive tours of classrooms, museums, sites abroad, or university campuses. ThingLinks can also be used to visualize processes, changes over time, differences across locations, or data within a group.

Get Started

  1. Navigate to the ThinkLinq sign up page
  2. Click the Microsoft logo and log-in with your Middlebury credentials.
  3. Click through the setup prompts. On the “What type of interactive content do you want to create?” pop-up select the type you want to create or close that window to view your ThingLink dashboard.
  4. You can create ThingLinks for courses by clicking the Courses link at the top of the page. You can also create ThingLink Assignments within Canvas.

Dig Deeper

  1. ThingLink in Canvas

Need help?

For technical support, submit a help ticket with ThingLink.

For pedagogical support for ThingLink, schedule a consultation with a DLINQ team member.