- Bryan Carter, University of Central Missouri;
- Ed Lamoureaux, Bradley University;
- Jeremy Kemp, San Jose State University;
- Claudia L’Amoreaux from Linden Lab;
- AJ Kelton from Montclair State University;
- Tim Linder Meramec Art Department;
- Beth Ritter-Gluth, Literature Alive, and more (among others: Guus van den Brekel, Learning Tools, Health & medical education in Second Life)
Collaborating organizations include: University of Central Missouri, the Alliance Virtual Library in Second Life, the Bibliotheque Francophone, and the L’Ecole Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs de Paris.
For more information about this exciting day, please contact Bryan Carter at firstname.lastname@example.org. Orientations for those new to Second Life will be held inworld at Selmo Park on Sunday November 9.
The history and techniques in creating graphics and models for virtual worlds.
Virtual Harlem and
Guus van den Brekel
Learning tools and Distance Medical Education in Second Life
Second Life: Champions and Challenges. Where are we now, where are we going, and what do we need to get there
Go Global: Using Virtual Worlds to Foster Global Partnerships
Teaching Field Research (ethnography) in a virtual world--Second Life: Promise and Perils.
Growing and sustaining vibrant education communities of practice
"From 7 students to 700 - Scaling graduate instruction in virtual environments."