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JISC Second Life guide helps lecturers teach in the virtual world


Getting Started with Second Life

On 3 August 2009 the JISC Second Life guide was published, the guide has been written by representatives from several projects from within JISC’s recent Users and Innovation programme: Maggi Savin-Bade, Cathy Tombs, Dave White, Terry Poulton, Sheetal Kavia & Luke Woodham.

The aim of the guide is to:

present the basics in order to help lecturers experiment, rather than them getting lost in mastering the detail of the virtual environment.

The relevance of the guide lies in the fact that the authors are all lecturers who have experienced Second Life in their teaching activity, so the guide besides being very clear and descriptive it is also a concrete tool which provides lots of examples from the authors’ own experiences.

You can take part in the discussions by tagging your blog posts, comments and Twitter posts with the tag: #jiscsl09

Download the guide “Getting started with Second Life

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