Lesley Edwards left me a really interesting link in her lastest comment. Google Image Labeler is something I hadn’t seen before. Here’s how it works:
You’ll be randomly paired with a partner who’s online and using the feature. Over a two-minute period, you and your partner will:
View the same set of images.
Provide as many labels as possible to describe each image you see.
Receive points when your label matches your partner’s label. The number of points will depend on how specific your label is.
See more images until time runs out.
After time expires, you can explore the images you’ve seen and the websites where those images were found. And we’ll show you the points you’ve earned throughout the session.
I’m already thinking of the classroom applications involving vocabularly, visual literacy and logic. In addition, you’re working at making the web better. Not a bad deal.
cc licensed flickr photo shared by Carlos Magaña