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Collaborative Project- Second Life

Page history last edited by Marie Lara 7 years, 5 months ago

 

Team 3

Marie Lara

Ralph Herrera

Joshua Malone

Crystal Lee

Kate Binns

 

 

EDTC 6325: Educational Communications

Cooperative Project

Spring 2014

Instructor: Dr. Rene Corbeil

 

Have you ever wanted to travel, but couldn't afford it?

 

Seeing the World from Your Desktop

Reviewing World Destinations using Second Life

 

-Abstract-

 

Second Life creates a virtual world full of wonder and exploration. The three dimensional world is a platform for learners, gamers, and educators to connect and supplement their educational experiences. Modern learners of all ages can benefit from the interactive nature of Second Life. Through the lens of an avatar, students and instructors can collaborate as they explore diverse destinations and educational topics ranging from music, to math, to space exploration. Our group will broaden our knowledge of Second Life and demonstrate how this unique learning experience can be an effective method to enhance collaboration for learners of today.  

 


Research and Theory Review           Application Of Second Life           Team Experiences

 


Screenshots            Multimedia Presentation

 


 


 

 

 


-Working Documents-

Research and Theory Review
Application of Second Life- A Scenario
Presentation Outline
Second Life Itinerary

 

Comments (5)

Crystal Lee said

at 2:30 pm on Feb 8, 2014

Team, I have included a few introductory sentences for the abstract. Unfortuantely, I'm unable to explore second life at this time due to technical issues.

Marie Lara said

at 3:43 pm on Feb 8, 2014

~ I added a link to the page(s) Potential Titles/Topics and Abstract to view or read the suggestions I made.
You may add, correct or edit those. Did you all see that Josh did not seem interested in science or history?

Josh Malone said

at 3:48 pm on Feb 8, 2014

Don't get me wrong, I will do whatever you guys want to do.

Josh Malone said

at 4:02 pm on Feb 8, 2014

Hope this helps to get us started. Please let me know what else I can do.

Josh Malone said

at 4:39 pm on Feb 9, 2014

What about Discovering the world from your desktop?? Or exploring the world? Or embracing the world ? Just some ideas.

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