- Instarch: England: Wiltshire: "STONEHENGE: GENERAL VIEW" "WILTS." "Oaksbury Inn (?) Davidic[torn label]" "XYe" 1901 or later
- England, Wiltshire, Stonehenge
- Resource ID
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This short tutorial will walk you through the tagging process.
There are 6 icons for the key themes.
Start by clicking the landscape/geography Landscape icon on the top left hand side of the screen. The landscape in this picture is mostly grassland.
Select ‘Rural / Farmland’ from the drop-down menu. Click where you see grassland in the image and use the new drop-down menu to select ‘grassland’
There is also a fence in the picture. Click on the ‘landscape change and management’ Landscape Change and Management icon. Select ‘land management’ and click on the fence. Choose ‘fence’ from the drop-down box.
If you cannot find the tag/word you want in the drop-down menu, use the ‘do you know more?’ box. Put extra information here. Separate each new keyword with a comma.
Please use this box to tell us more if you can – eg date, type, style of monument? Use the magnifying tool to look at details in the picture.
Click the tagged icons to edit or delete, or move them by dragging. If you want to share an interesting image or discuss a problem, go to ‘comments’.
Several users will tag each image so don’t worry about making a mistake.
When you’re happy that you’ve tagged as much as you can, click ‘Finished’. This will submit your tags and no more changes can be made.
You can see, discuss and share the images you have tagged on your Profile page. Restart this tutorial any time from the Tag menu.
Now click ‘ready to tag’ to create an account, log in and get started!
You can see the images you have classified on your Profile page.
If you want to repeat it, you can restart the tutorial anytime from the Tag menu.
If you are happy to start tagging, create an account, log in and get started now! And remember, you can share stories, and suggest improvements on the Discuss page.