Teaching and Learning Experiences in a User-Created Virtual World
Thursday, October 25, 2007
11:45 a.m. - 12:35 p.m.
Metropolitan B, 3rd Floor (Sheraton Hotel)
Session Type: Track 1
- David M. Antonacci, Director of Teaching & Learning Technologies, The University of Kansas Medical Center
- Stephanie Gerald, E-Learning Administrator, Emporia State University
- Randolph Hollingsworth, Assistant Provost, Undergraduate Education, University of Kentucky
- Edward Lee Lamoureux, Professor, Department of Interactive Media & Department of Communication, Bradley University
- Nicholas S. Noakes, Director, Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
- David Thomas, Director of Academic Technology, University of Colorado Denver
- Session convener: Mary Jane Clerkin, English/Liberal Arts Faculty, Berkeley College
Second Life is a user-created virtual world simultaneously played by thousands of people around the world. In this session, we’ll share our experiences of teaching in Second Life. Using the interaction combinations integration model we developed as a framework, we will describe our projects, outcomes, and recommendations.
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