Tagged with Citizen Sort

Brave the wind and cold of the Icy Peak

Brave the wind and cold of the Icy Peak

Citizen Sort is an iSchool research project exploring purposeful gaming & citizen science. Students drew, coded, programmed and designed every detail of the citizen science video games Forgotten Island and Happy Match! Pictured here is the Icy Peak. The highest point on the island may have chilling temperatures and pointy ice but it is a major hub for … Continue reading

Explore Fear in the Robot Graveyard

Explore Fear in the Robot Graveyard

Look fear in the face in the Robot Graveyard of Forgotten Island. The rusting robots and junk piles will make you want to run for the hills, but you won’t! You’re the brave explorer of this mysterious isle. You have a hazy past as you investigate the variety of locales on this island. You will … Continue reading

Celebrate National Moth Week!

The first National Moth Week kicks off today and runs until Sunday July 29th. There are over 160,000 species of moths around the world. They range from in size, color, shape and pattern. Some are miniscule and almost invisible to the naked eye, while others have an extra wide wingspread with stunning splattered patterns. Although … Continue reading

Citizen Science Apps

The Business Insider wrote an article today entitled “10 Apps that Put Science in Your Pocket” The apps are all citizen science related and put citizen science opportunities right in your pocket. Observe birds, bats, road kill, temperatures, water resources, trees, invasive species and meteors. The projects range from monitoring and recording data to following … Continue reading