Sunday, July 01, 2007
Originally uploaded by outallnight.
Back here I blogged about Schome - the “education system for the information age” in Second Life, which is a study of learning in Teen Second Life. I didn’t realise at the time that Julia Gillen was involved in this, but many thanks to her for the link to the report. This weekend Guardian readers have been tempted to Second Fest – Glastonbury without the mud. That’s interesting because I thought that being there was what was important (although remembering it less so). Whether or not virtual worlds constitute Web 3.0, they’re certainly getting a lot of airplay. (Photo courtesy of outallnight.)
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