Second Life Pictures from Webinar

A few days ago, I presented a webinar titled “Second Life in Education” for NETWORKS which is is a National Science Foundation Resource Center that is focused on the advancement of semiconductor, automated manufacturing, and electronics education. NETWORKS has a Digital Repository that contains classroom ready resources that are current, relevant, and easy to implement into a curriculum.

We had a little over 30 attendees at the webinar and had a really good time checking out our island and looking at all the educational benefits of a 3D world like Second Life. You can read a little more about the tour in TechSpectives:Second Life in Education blog entry.

During the tour I “took some pictures” and so here they are.

Special thanks to Mark Viquesney for arranging the entire event.

Here is the entire group putting on our firefighter gear.

Here is the group trying their hand at building.


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  2. Mark Viquesney April 9, 2008

    Thanks for showing everyone how to use Second Life in Education. If you don’t know, Karl is a great presenter (but, to all who read his blog, I think I could be stating the obvious). All the particpants learned a lot. If you would like to see Karl’s presentation, you can watch the recording at and in keyword search type, “webinar second life”. Thanks again Karl!

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