A Thinglink image is a great platform through which a teacher can organize and visually contextualize related vodcasts, readings, diagrams, and notes in a flipped classroom. Conversely, students can easily use this tool to curate information on their own. For example, in my AP European History course, my students annotated Renaissance Art images with short texts and links to Youtube videos in which they analyzed the impact of Humanism on the works of art.
In my AP French Language & Culture course, I've been using Thinglink to aggregate various target-language sources and couple them with practice cultural comparison questions. In the examples below, I've linked radio broadcasts, short videos, graphs, and written articles to a thematic picture. My students have found these very helpful when it comes to preparing for the AP exam, and they are in the process of creating their own Thinglink images complete with practice exposé questions to help the class review.