To play online press the screenshot above and then the start button. Or you can download the game and play offline.
18 fun concepts, types and processes of information in a fun online computer science game.
The "Information Tree" is a free online knowledge level game, about the basics of the Information as a science. It is based on the first lessons in the Informatics subjects for 9 grade in high school.
Drag and drop the round pictures in the Information tree of knowledge.
A small mosaic game for desktop computers, laptops and tablets, which may be played in the web browser.
The IT Knowledge Board include 18 stylized pictures to play with.
Part of the Interactive Computer Tools educational games.
It is cumulative with the Information Online Test.
This interactive lesson may answer some of the following questions:
How is information presented?
What are the properties of the information?
What types of information are there?
How the information is processed?
How to play Information Tree.
There are 18 stylized pictures of different information notions, on the top of the screen. Every round picture is in different set of colors, which sign the fields of information, where it belongs. The main tree is in the middle. The empty sockets are colored in group colors too. Drag the small round pictures and drop it over the appropriate color on the tree. The objects will remain active, until all arranged correctly.
Know 10 things about the information.
Winning the game rewards +1 Knowledge Level.
The download version(bottom of the page) include an executable file for Windows OS with local levels only.
Class subject: Information.
Information is related to data and knowledge, as data represents values attributed to parameters, and knowledge signifies understanding of real things or abstract concepts. The informatics is the science of information, its structure, types and properties. At the bottom of the tree we have the means of representing the information. Long time ago, before computers, before even the paper was discovered, people used stone and tools to represent the information. Then the recipient receive the information by a message. The orange pictures are properties of information...