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second life in distance ed

Since a few of you have been talking about using Second Life in the workplace, I thought I'd point out that it's also starting to be used in distance education courses like this one. In fact, if more of us had prior experience with it and the course was set up for synchronous meetings, we'd be meeting that way now.

Here's one example of how Harvard Law is using it:

Comments

Krista: This was wild, esp th e floating daughter! I wonder if I would be willing to look at a screen with the right amount of engagement for a class period, though.

Krista: This was wild, esp th e floating daughter! I wonder if I would be willing to look at a screen with the right amount of engagement for a class period, though.