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One Response to links for 2008-04-03

  1. It looks like you have been looking at educational uses of virtual worlds lately. I have spent quite a bit of time over the past year and a half studying this technology and have developed or rather adapted an approach a bit different structuring virtual world environments as three dimensional immersive WebQuests.

    In Active Worlds, teleport to:

    world: aw
    coordinates: 6893S 13857E

    Carl Anderson’s del.icio.us tags “virtualworlds”

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