UK unis, colleges & academics in Second Life

March 4, 2008 at 6:48 pm Leave a comment

The latest Eduserv Foundation funded study into UK universities,
colleges and academics developing “stuff” in Second Life, and using
this for teaching and learning, is underway. Fuller details are
blogged here:

http://www.silversprite.com/?p=460

As we visit these developments, we’ll be taking screen dumps and
adding them to this picture set in Flickr:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/silversprite/sets/72157603982005324/

If you’re in UK Higher or Further Education and you’ve developed
something in Second Life then get in touch:

john@silversprite.com

It’s an opportunity to promote what you’ve done, and also for like-
minded academics to find you.

If you are aware of other developments in UK universities and colleges
– be they at the institution, department, group or lone academic level
– then we’d appreciate word of them too; thanks.

Author: John Kirriemuir, Silversprite Helsinki, 4th March 2008

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