[Technology 1374] Re: Second Life Resources
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Tue Nov 13 13:52:49 EST 2007
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Thanks, Courtney. I will check these out shortly. In the meantime, have you been involved in any discussions of liability when resources such as Second Life, Active World, etc. are used? Just last week I was in a meeting where someone said that there were emerging liability issues? Any insight into that?
Melinda M. Hefner
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Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute
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>>> On 11/13/2007 at 12:53 pm, in message <1194976396.a1802accdubois1 at student.gsu.edu>, "Courtney Leigh DuBois" <cdubois1 at student.gsu.edu> wrote:
In August, David Rosen asked about guides to SL. One of my coworkers at Ga. State is actively involved in SL. She recommended these resources:
101 Ways to Use Second Life in the College Classroom
Dr. Megan Conklin at Elon College
Virtual Worlds: A Second Life Beginners Guide UOC Summer Course
M. Senges, T. Praus, P. Bihr
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