"ANGEL Learning Creates Second Life Experience Open to Public for Virtual World Experimentation"

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Ya habíamos hablado anteriormente de angel learning (una plataforma que ha salido muy bien parada de un reciente informe), el domingo 4 de marzo de 2007 en el post titulado” Horizon Wimba Announces Integration with ANGEL Learning”

Hoy traemos su anuncio de ANGEL Learning Creates Second Life Experience Open to Public for Virtual World Experimentation” crear un lugar abierto al público para la experimentación , junto con SLED, que para quien no sepa lo que es es una comunidad en Second Life de educadores. Se aplaude la unión de Angel Learning con SLED (por cierto produce un número casi ilegible de mensajes en su lista de correo) y que además sea abierta la experiencia.

For Immediate Release – April 17, 2007

Indianapolis, Ind. – April 17, 2007 – A cooperative effort between the product development team at ANGEL Learning and the SLED (Second Life Educators community) has produced a virtual experience within the popular Second Life virtual world designed for educational experimentation. The Island, known as “ANGEL Learning Isle,” will open to the public May 15th.

“ANGEL Learning Isle was built specifically for experimentation in the use of virtual collaboration technologies in online learning,” said Ray Henderson, chief products officer, ANGEL Learning. “Our first goal was to create a place for faculty and learners new to Second Life to get their bearings and practice new navigational and communication skills.”

A key first stop for faculty and students on ANGEL Learning Isle is “SLED Orientation Garden.” Created in collaboration with the Second Life Educators community, this space introduces basic navigation and camera controls to new users. “The SLED Orientation Garden is the perfect place to take faculty or students who ar new to Second Life for a first experience,” said Brett Bixler, lead instructional designer & manager, Instructional Support and Research, Educational Technology Services, The Pennsylvania State University.(leer más…)

Fuente: [angel learning news]

También hablan del tema:
Preview: Angel Learning Island on Second Life, by David Nagel en el campustechnology.com.

Announcing ANGEL Learning Isle!, en Second Life Education Research

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