Thinglink is a tool for creating interactive images. I’ve written about it quite a bit in the last few months (click here to learn how to use it). This morning I got an email from Thinglink in which they featured a Google Presentation of 26+ Ways to Use Thinglink in the Classroom. The presentation is a collaborative presentation started by Donna Baumbach. If you have used Thinglink in your classroom, get in touch with Donna to make a contribution. Her contact information is included on the last slide below.