Webinar on 'Virtual Worlds as a Tool for Situational Learning' is tomorrow
Wondering about the buzz surrounding Second Life or other "virtual worlds" in higher education? Bring your lunch and join fellow faculty to view and discuss the live EduCAUSE webinar, "Powerful But Not a Panacea: Virtual Worlds as a Tool for Situational Learning."
This event will be held at noon tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb. 19, in Room 303, O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center. Cookies and beverages will be provided.
Register for this event at the Faculty Center for eLearning registration page and you'll be entered into a drawing to win an official 1 GB Faculty Center for eLearning USB "thumb drive." (You must be present to win.)
Watch for more of these webinars, held once a month. Upcoming topics include "social software" and "augmented reality."
UST's Faculty Center for eLearning (FCL) provides programming, physical and virtual space designed for the exchange of ideas, conversation and the building of community – all with the goal of developing effective collaborations among faculty and IRT staff to promote effective learning and academic excellence. If you have questions or would like to find out more, contact anyone in the FCL working group or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.