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E07 Podcast: Teaching & Learning Experiences in a User-Created Virtual World

This forty-three minute podcast, we feature a panel discussion from the EDUCAUSE 2007 Annual Conference. The panel, "Teaching & Learning Experiences in a User-Created Virtual World,"shares their experiences with teaching in Second Life. Using the interaction combinations integration model they developed as a framework, the panel describes the projects, outcomes, and gives some recommendations.

The panel includes:

  • David M. Antonacci, Director of Teaching & Learning Technologies, The University of Kansas Medical Center
  • Stephanie Gerald, Educational Technologist, The University of Kansas Medical Center
  • Randolph Hollingsworth, Assistant Provost for Integrated Academic Services, University of Kentucky
  • Edward Lamoureux, Associate Professor, Multimedia Program and Department of Communication, Bradley University
  • Nicholas S. Noakes, Director, Center for Enhanced Learning and Teaching, Hong Kong University of Science & Technology
  • David Thomas, Lecturer, School of Architecture and Planning, University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center
  • Session convener: Mary Jane Clerkin, Coordinator of Online Faculty Support, Berkeley College

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