[SLED] Bradley Univ. field research in virtual worlds courses
available to undergrads
ell at bumail.bradley.edu
Fri Nov 23 05:12:33 PST 2007
I have space available in both of my courses to be conducted in
Second Life in January and spring 08:
M M 333 01 INTRODUCTION TO FIELD RESEARCH IN VIRTUAL WORLDS
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM US Central
is available for registration during the winter/january 08 3-week
The syllabus for this class (the fall, 2007 version) can be viewed at:
The final project for this class is the research prospectus leading
to the semester-long project in 444.
M M 444 01 FIELD RESEARCH IN VIRTUAL WORLDS
Tue Thu 07:00 PM - 08:15 PM US Central
is available in the spring 08 term to students who have completed 333
Students in 444 will learn intermediate-to-advanced methods and will
complete a field project in Second Life.
Each is a 3-hour, for credit, offering certified/listed as a
"regular" part of the Bradley curricula such that the credits should
be transferable. Bradley's tuition fee is $580.00 per credit hour.
Please direct interested students to me at <ell at bradley.edu>
Special arrangements could be made for graduate students to add
additional projects to both courses in order to raise them to 500
level (graduate) credit. However, those arrangements would have to be
made within the next 2-3 weeks.
Edward Lee Lamoureux, Ph. D.
Associate Professor, Multimedia Program
and Department of Communication
Co-Director, New Media Center
1501 W. Bradley
Peoria IL 61625
AIM/IM & skype: dredleelam
Second Life: Professor Beliveau
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