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      • Andrea Tovar
      • Second Life, Avatar: AZ Andrew
      EDT 598, FALL 2007 ASU AT THE WEST CAMPUS Postcard from Second Life. This is me in Second Life. Visit Orientation Island 82 (130, 138, 23 Slurl.com/secondlife/OrientationIsland
    • FROM REAL LIFE LEARNING LABS TO VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS…
      • According to this year’s Horizon Report, a collaborative between New Media Consortium and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, virtual social networking is in real-time and within the boundaries of this year’s top technology adoptions (NMC & ELI, 2007).
      • In Second Life (SL), 3-dimensional beings [avatars] become virtual representations of digitally active online community members. As a result of this engagement, members become receptive to experiential e-learning and teaching. Through this paradigm shift in learning space [a virtual environment], students become emotionally and motivationally drawn into the SL
      • e-dimension of learning (ECAR, 2007).
      • Affordance , first defined by James Gibson (1977) links the physical properties of an object to characteristics of a living breathing ‘animal’. More clearly understood is the language initiated b y Kirscher (2002) which connects the educational experience (in this case, SL) to the learner’s skills and aptitude for knowledge progression in virtual view.
      • Dr . Pamela G. Taylor identified several ‘affordances’ including the reflective, corrective, and social skills necessary to function in virtual. These intelligences serve as digital , edu-experiences for further developing personal and professional habits in our mutual and collective worlds (Art Education, 2007).
      • “ Our [virtual] progress as a nation can be no swifter than our [virtual] progress in education.”
      • John F. Kennedy (1917-1963)
      • Social networking is the e-living connection that breaths digital democracy into SL for RL engagement.
      • To create and to share is virtually…divine.