[SLED] 10 Challenges & Solutions to Teaching in SL

Lisa Dawley lisadawley at boisestate.edu
Tue Nov 20 15:18:54 PST 2007

Hi Alan, thanks for the compliment to the group.  They are amazing, most
of them are university faculty, so it's been an interesting
semester--they've kept me on my toes!  Class ends in 5 weeks.  I'll
follow-up with them to see if there's interest.

Cheers, Lisa

Lisa Dawley, Ph.D.
Associate Professor & Chair
Department of Educational Technology
Boise State University
1910 University Drive, MS 1747 
Boise, Idaho 83725-1747
208-426-5430  Office
208-426-1451  Fax
EDTECH island:  http://slurl.com/secondlife/EDTECH/105/132/24/
>>> Alan Levine <alan at nmc.org> 11/20/07 3:08 PM >>>

This is a great resource- It would be really exciting to somehow  
bring this, or better, the people who wrote them, into some  
discussion format/event? I am aware this is for a class, so the  
students may be disbanding, but we could consider scheduling a  
special NMC teachers buzz session to discuss them. Any thoughts?



On Nov 20, 2007, at 2:58 PM, Lisa Dawley wrote:

> As promised, here is a compilation of 10 challenges and solutions to
> teaching in SL.  You'll notice there are several responses on
> facilitating new users in SL.  Thanks to the talented folks in EDTECH
> 597: Teaching & Learning in Second Life, for allowing their work to be
> made public.
> http://tinyurl.com/29ooph

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