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Conference: Learn, teach and play in 3D virtual worlds …

Conference: Learn, teach and play in 3D virtual worlds
City University London, 18/03/09

presentation by Peter Abrahams,
Practice Leader Accessiblity and
Usability

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  • 1. "I learned to fly and drink coffee and met the horse on the way home”: Supporting Learners into Second Life Liz Thackray (aka lizit Cleanslate)
  • 2.
    • “ Bit like going somewhere for the first time in the real world - I always seem to get lost before I end up where I should be. I actually met you at the sandpit, which I somehow managed to get to in the end. And I will be going to second life again, probably Wednesday evening. After all, I learned to fly and drink coffee and met the horse on the way home. Not bad for starters, I think.”
    • Patricia Knight
    • OU student following first visit to Second Life
  • 3.  
  • 4. From: Robertson, J. and Nicolson, K. (2007) Adventure Author: a learning environment to support creative design. In Bekker, Robertson and Skov (Eds). Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children 2007, Aalborg, Denmark
  • 5. Validation Design Creation Exploration Skills and Knowledge Problem defining and problem solving Supporting Learners into Second Life
  • 6. Design Creation Exploration
  • 7. Design Creation Skills and Knowledge
  • 8. Design Creation Problem defining and Problem solving
  • 9. Design Creation Validation
  • 10. Validation Design Creation Exploration Skills and Knowledge Problem defining and problem solving Supporting Learners into Second Life
  • 11. How do you prepare your students for their virtual world experience? Liz Thackray (aka lizit Cleanslate) [email_address] How do we determine the preparation appropriate for the experience being offered?