Posted by: Randolph Hollingsworth | March 1, 2013

Education in Second Life showcased at Kentucky Commonwealth Commitment Summit 2013

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The Rowdy KYians came together in Lexington yesterday (and today) to showcase work being down by universities and secondary schools with Second Life to offer immersive learning experiences connected to significant learning outcomes.

David Horrar of the University of Louisville together with University of Kentucky’s Christena Gazave, April Richardson-Hatcher, Matt Hazzard, Dwight Newton and Randolph Hollingsworth came together with Joe Clark of Florida State University’s Distance Learning Office to discuss the pro’s and cons of using virtual worlds and specifically Second Life for (what Kuh calls) DEEP learning experiences.

See more at “Education in Second Life showcased at Kentucky Commonwealth Commitment Summit 2013”.

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