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This is the presentation that was recorded for the 2010 MedInfo conference in South Africa: http://www.medinfo2010.org/

This is the presentation that was recorded for the 2010 MedInfo conference in South Africa: http://www.medinfo2010.org/

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  • Several students spoke of the time taken in getting and dressing an avatar, and in orientating to SL There were technical issues - relating to firewalls, soundcards, unclear specifications required for networked access etc Some students unexpectedly lost all their clothes from their avatars Students were concerned about security - on occasions strange avatars turned up in the midwifery area Students working form home noticed an unanticipated gobbling up of broadband allowances - making use of SL potentially expensive

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  • 1. Creating a Virtual Birthing Unit Sarah Stewart (Petal Stransky) 2010 [email_address]
  • 2. Petal Stransky Sarah Stewart
  • 3. Te Wāhi Whānau: The Birth Place
  • 4. Authentic & immersive learning experiences
  • 5. Safe place to explore clinical scenarios
  • 6. Fun, but valuable learning
  • 7.  
  • 8. [email_address] Second Life: Petal Stransky http://sarah-stewart.blogspot.com Twitter: SarahStewart Skype: sarah.m.stewart