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By John Yap. Computer Centre, NUS.
You have been to NUS Second Life, seen the University Hall, hung out with the student. Have you ever wondered how some in-world academic activities have progressed? NM3210: Cybercrime and Society, conducted by Ms Sofia Morales, a pioneer in spearheading in-world classes in NUS Second Life has done more than its usual in-world chat discussion and debate classes this semester. During eLearning Week, all 100 students in this module took part in The Cybercrime Quest, which was weaved into part of the week's curriculum. The students produced a gallery of research findings at the end of the module. This session will discuss and showcase how the module has effectively harnessed the immersive advantages of Second Life in its design and implementation of The Cybercrime Quest as a pedagogical enhancement and multimodal delivery of learning during eLearning Week 2010 and beyond.