Sail's Pedagogy

Sail's posts about her class, classes she is taking, and education.

A Big First: Case Western Reserve is first Edu on Standalone Version of Second Life

Linden Labs and NMC have now found a way to contain Second Life on a server. This means that a school, any school can keep anyone in and anyone out. The good point about this is it can be a completely “safe” environment, and allow even younger children into Second Life. The bad news is it keeps anyone else from visiting your site.

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How the Government is using Second Life for education, training, outreach and testing

This week in the Federal Computer Week magazine there is an article on how the Air Force, National Guard and Navy are using Second Life. The military has always been in the forefront of simulation for training. Most of this in the past has been on very high end computers and is very expensive. Now some of this can be done on a desktop computer in Second Life.

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