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ImageQuiz March 1, 2013

Posted by Wendy Wolfe in Assessment.
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How cool is this?  Use ImageQuiz to upload from your own collection or import from the web the image of your choice. Create a clickable quiz which could test anyone on the image’s contents. ImageQuiz takes about a minute to learn and if a class is working with images (cells in science, maps in Imagesocial studies, elements of a painting or photo in art), the opportunities are many. It would even be possible to upload a screenshot of a piece of writing and identify parts of speech or elements of writing. The program is in beta, hopefully it sticks around.  Fun stuff!

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1. cotter - March 19, 2013

Hmmmmm…I tried a bunch of the quizzes, but all I could “get” was the timeclock running, and nothing else…no questions, no hotlinks, no data to “quiz”…any thoughts?

Wendy Wolfe - March 19, 2013

Thanks for the heads up. The site seems to be running at this point, when starting the quiz, click on the date that first comes up and the quiz with the picture should appear. If that isn’t the case, I would check Java and would try a second browser (not necessarily in that order 🙂


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