International Team Competition in History of Music Notations International Team Competition in History of Music Notations

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Glyph Matching: Latin square-neume notation
Instructions:
  • The panel, above, contains 42 tiles, with each tile showing one glyph of music notation.
  • The tiles are arranged in pairs that you must match. After you click 'Start', the tiles turn over and are scrambled.
  • Whenever you click a tile, it turns over to display its glyph. You must then click on another tile that has a matching glyph.
  • When you click two matching glyphs, then both tiles are removed from the panel. Otherwise, the two tiles flip over again.
  • The timer in the upper-right keeps track of your time until you successfully match all tiles. That is your score for this competition.
Good luck!

Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboration   This is an "alpha-prototype" implementation of the International Team Competition Framework. The framework is for educators or others to create online games that support interactive learning, and that foster international collaboration between individuals in small teams that work together toward a common goal. This prototype was made by Louis Barton and his colleagues for an application to the HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboration) for an "Innovation in Participatory Learning" award, as sponsored by The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Under an award, further development of this framework and implementation would be from June 2009 through May 2010. The finished framework and documentation would be made publicly available as of June 2010.  
Creative Commons license, Attribution, Non-Commercial, ShareAlike All software produced with HASTAC funds under such an award shall be freely available under the Creative Commons "Attribution, Non-Commercial, ShareAlike" license. Rapid application development of this framework, however, involves re-use of some Java software that has existing copyrights with different licensing terms. This implementation uses content of images and audio clips that may be subject to copyright restrictions in some jurisdictions.
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