Quick take on Second Life
Just a quick link to an article in our local paper, The Addison Independent, about Middlebury College’s interest in using Second Life. The reporter does a good job explaining what the deal is for the uninitiated, and talks about some of the things I did in my class. Anyone else out there used SL productively in courses?
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