[SLED] Discussion areas in SL?

Radhika Gajjala radhika at cyberdiva.org
Sun Mar 2 13:04:36 PST 2008

I am sure we at BGSU wont mind - contact Anthony Fontana

On Mar 2, 2008, at 3:55 PM, Steven Miller wrote:

> I have a very basic question that I'm hoping someone in this group  
> can help me with.  I would like to hold a class discussion session  
> in Second Life for students in one of my real life online courses.   
> But I'm not a landowner or builder in SL, and my university doesn't  
> have a presence in SL.
> I'm wondering whether there are educational institutions or places  
> in SL that would let me "reserve" a classroom or discussion space  
> for an hour sometime.  Paying a fee for that service would be no  
> problem.  Has anyone on this list ever done this, or do you have any  
> leads on how I might go about it? Thanks for any advice or assistance!
> Steve
> --------
> Steven J. Miller, Senior Lecturer
> School of Information Studies
> University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
> PO Box 413, Milwaukee, WI 53201
> Email: smiller at sois.uwm.edu
> Phone: 414-229-6640 (or 758-0257)
> Fax: 414-229-6699
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Radhika Gajjala
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Bowling Green State University
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