Learning in a Virtual World From    a Students Perspective   -- by Ken Ferree and his students, Jason                    &...
We start assembling including Mete &             his parrot
Freida & her hat
We wait for the show to begin
Then move on to the student’s castle
And into the paranormal exhibit
Learning through the websites &       simulated exhibits
Walking through many rooms of mystery
And the unknown
Then we started into the Zippo     Training Simulation
Going from the intro area and on into  the inner workings to the lighter
Upstairs we viewed the plant floor           simulations
Learning ways to use virtual forsimulations, employee training, & retail
THANK YOU!
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Ken Ferree & his students explain their work in Second Life, building exhibits & employee training

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Students Present Their Virtual Exhibits

  1. 1. Learning in a Virtual World From a Students Perspective -- by Ken Ferree and his students, Jason & Dave -- presentation in Second Life on 11/7/11
  2. 2. We start assembling including Mete & his parrot
  3. 3. Freida & her hat
  4. 4. We wait for the show to begin
  5. 5. Then move on to the student’s castle
  6. 6. And into the paranormal exhibit
  7. 7. Learning through the websites & simulated exhibits
  8. 8. Walking through many rooms of mystery
  9. 9. And the unknown
  10. 10. Then we started into the Zippo Training Simulation
  11. 11. Going from the intro area and on into the inner workings to the lighter
  12. 12. Upstairs we viewed the plant floor simulations
  13. 13. Learning ways to use virtual forsimulations, employee training, & retail
  14. 14. THANK YOU!
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