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Sorry.AFK
Hey everyone!

I was recently asked by IIE Networker to write an article on the current state of education in virtual worlds. 

Check it out!  
http://www.nxtbook.com/naylor/IIEB/IIEB0216/index.php#/0

Did I miss anything? 

aj


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Re: Article in IIENetworker

Sharon Collingwood-2
Hey, AJ, good points. We’re all sitting on our hands, waiting for the show to start. Popcorn, anyone?

I’ve received some questions about the VWED wiki, where this article belongs. Unfortunately, I am not able to keep that up now. I had so much trouble with spam. I promised the people who worked on the annotated bibliographies that they would stay up, so I have transferred all the bibliographies to my Wordpress site, and I have started to update them.  If you have an article you’d like included, just let me know. 

If you have a look, you’ll see that it is intended as an annotated  bibliography, so if you’d like me to post something, please add a couple of sentences to guide researchers to your article.


The main reference page is here: https://elliebrewster.com/research/

I’m still in the middle of updating the whole site, particularly all my archives from my work at Ohio State (that’s a pretty big job, will take a while).  I’ve also started a new page, recording my efforts to keep track of what’s going on in SL, OpenSim, High Fidelity and Sansar.


Sharon Collingwood
Educational Consultant
Stratford, Ontario



On Oct 28, 2016, at 8:25 AM, AJ <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hey everyone!

I was recently asked by IIE Networker to write an article on the current state of education in virtual worlds. 

Check it out!  
http://www.nxtbook.com/naylor/IIEB/IIEB0216/index.php#/0

Did I miss anything? 

aj


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Director of Emerging & Instructional Technology
     College of Humanities and Social Sciences - Montclair State University
Doctoral Candidate, ABD
     Educational Communication and Technology - New York University
----------
Emerging Learning Design 2017
Conference Chair
Twitter: @ELDConf
Hashtag: #ELD17
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Re: Article in IIENetworker

Valerie Hill
AJ and Sharon,

Thanks for sharing ways to connect virtual world communities for education and scholarly articles on immersive learning in virtual environments.  I have some additional articles to share with you which you might add to your annotated bibliography.  I will email them to you later.

A new book has just been released:  Teaching and Learning in Virtual Environments: Archives, Museums and Libraries.


The Community Virtual Library in SL is currently looking at creating a database to catalog immersive learning resources and virtual world communities.  Please contact me inworld if you would like to collaborate. As you have mentioned, connecting educators in various virtual worlds is essential and we all share that goal.

Best regards,

Valerie Hill, PhD
President Community Virtual Library
SL avatar  Valibrarian Gregg


On Sun, Oct 30, 2016 at 12:13 PM, Sharon Collingwood <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hey, AJ, good points. We’re all sitting on our hands, waiting for the show to start. Popcorn, anyone?

I’ve received some questions about the VWED wiki, where this article belongs. Unfortunately, I am not able to keep that up now. I had so much trouble with spam. I promised the people who worked on the annotated bibliographies that they would stay up, so I have transferred all the bibliographies to my Wordpress site, and I have started to update them.  If you have an article you’d like included, just let me know. 

If you have a look, you’ll see that it is intended as an annotated  bibliography, so if you’d like me to post something, please add a couple of sentences to guide researchers to your article.


The main reference page is here: https://elliebrewster.com/research/

I’m still in the middle of updating the whole site, particularly all my archives from my work at Ohio State (that’s a pretty big job, will take a while).  I’ve also started a new page, recording my efforts to keep track of what’s going on in SL, OpenSim, High Fidelity and Sansar.


Sharon Collingwood
Educational Consultant
Stratford, Ontario



On Oct 28, 2016, at 8:25 AM, AJ <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hey everyone!

I was recently asked by IIE Networker to write an article on the current state of education in virtual worlds. 

Check it out!  
http://www.nxtbook.com/naylor/IIEB/IIEB0216/index.php#/0

Did I miss anything? 

aj


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Director of Emerging & Instructional Technology
     College of Humanities and Social Sciences - Montclair State University
Doctoral Candidate, ABD
     Educational Communication and Technology - New York University
----------
Emerging Learning Design 2017
Conference Chair
Twitter: @ELDConf
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Re: Article in IIENetworker

Sharon Collingwood-2
How about this?

Bell, L., Franks, P., Trueman, R. (2016). Teaching and Learning in Virtual Environments: Archives, Museums and Libraries. Santa Barbara, California: Libraries Unlimited. This collection of essays looks at the VR educational experience from many perspectives, with case studies in a variety of disciplines. It concludes with studies on community building and collaboration, and predictions for the future of libraries in virtual worlds.


I’m definitely interested in helping out with this project. I’ll be in touch.


Ellie Brewster (SL)



Sharon Collingwood
Educational Consultant
Stratford, Ontario




On Oct 30, 2016, at 5:33 PM, Valerie Hill <[hidden email]> wrote:

A new book has just been released:  Teaching and Learning in Virtual Environments: Archives, Museums and Libraries.


The Community Virtual Library in SL is currently looking at creating a database to catalog immersive learning resources and virtual world communities.  Please contact me inworld if you would like to collaborate. As you have mentioned, connecting educators in various virtual worlds is essential and we all share that goal.

Best regards,

Valerie Hill, PhD
President Community Virtual Library
SL avatar  Valibrarian Gregg


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Re: Article in IIENetworker

McElhinney, Evelyn
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Hi AJ et al.

I will have a look at the article and try to comment asap and will pass to VWER.

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Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2016 14:33:44 -0700
From: Valerie Hill <[hidden email]>
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AJ and Sharon,

Thanks for sharing ways to connect virtual world communities for education
and scholarly articles on immersive learning in virtual environments.  I
have some additional articles to share with you which you might add to your
annotated bibliography.  I will email them to you later.

A new book has just been released:  *Teaching and Learning in Virtual
Environments: Archives, Museums and Libraries*.

You can access the book on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Teac
hing-Learning-Virtual-Environments-Libraries/dp/1440841748

The Community Virtual Library in SL is currently looking at creating a
database to catalog immersive learning resources and virtual world
communities.  Please contact me inworld if you would like to collaborate.
As you have mentioned, connecting educators in various virtual worlds is
essential and we all share that goal.

Best regards,

Valerie Hill, PhD
President Community Virtual Library
SL avatar  Valibrarian Gregg
https://about.me/valibrarian


On Sun, Oct 30, 2016 at 12:13 PM, Sharon Collingwood <
[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hey, AJ, good points. We?re all sitting on our hands, waiting for the show
> to start. Popcorn, anyone?
>
> I?ve received some questions about the VWED wiki, where this article
> belongs. Unfortunately, I am not able to keep that up now. I had so much
> trouble with spam. I promised the people who worked on the annotated
> bibliographies that they would stay up, so I have transferred all the
> bibliographies to my Wordpress site, and I have started to update them.  If
> you have an article you?d like included, just let me know.
>
> If you have a look, you?ll see that it is intended as an *annotated * bibliography,
> so if you?d like me to post something, please add a couple of sentences to
> guide researchers to your article.
>
> AJ?s article is linked here: https://elliebrewster.com/research/general-
> resources/
>
> The main reference page is here: https://elliebrewster.com/research/
>
> I?m still in the middle of updating the whole site, particularly all my
> archives from my work at Ohio State (that?s a pretty big job, will take a
> while).  I?ve also started a new page, recording my efforts to keep track
> of what?s going on in SL, OpenSim, High Fidelity and Sansar.
>
>
> Sharon Collingwood
> Educational Consultant
> Stratford, Ontario
>
>
>
> On Oct 28, 2016, at 8:25 AM, AJ <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Hey everyone!
>
> I was recently asked by IIE Networker to write an article on the current
> state of education in virtual worlds.
>
> Check it out!
> http://www.nxtbook.com/naylor/IIEB/IIEB0216/index.php#/0
>
> Did I miss anything?
>
> aj
>
>
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> Director of Emerging & Instructional Technology
>      College of Humanities and Social Sciences - Montclair State University
> Doctoral Candidate, ABD
>      Educational Communication and Technology - New York University
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Date: Mon, 31 Oct 2016 10:18:56 -0400
From: AJ <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [SLED] Educators Digest, Vol 3269, Issue 1
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Sharon,

Thanks so much for doing this!  Great curation.

Could you also add

*Virtual Worlds? "Outlook Good"*
EDUCAUSE Review, v43 n5 p15-16, 18, 20, 22 Sep-Oct 2008
https://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ERM0850.pdf
Many people believed that virtual worlds would end up like the eight-track
audiotape: a memory of something no longer used (or useful). Yet today
there are hundreds of higher education institutions represented in
three-dimensional (3D) virtual worlds such as Active Worlds and Second
Life. The movement toward the virtual realm as a viable teaching and
learning environment currently seems unstoppable. The idea of operating
within virtual worlds is not without its drawbacks, especially for higher
education. The challenges fall into four major categories: (1) perceptual;
(2) technical; (3) operational; and (4) pedagogical. Whether it is Second
Life or another virtual world, this foundational movement is improving and
moving forward. A question to be addressed in the coming months and years
is how higher education and, subsequently, individual institutions will
determine the best way to continue to move forward with virtual worlds.
and

*Second Life: Reaching into the Virtual World for Real-World Learning*
Kelton, A. J. (2007). Second Life: Reaching into the virtual world for
real-world learning. *ECAR Research Bulletin*, *2007*(17).
https://library.educause.edu/resources/2007/8/second-life-reaching-into-the-virtual-world-for-realworld-learning
This research bulletin examines the current state of Second Life in
relation to the educational environment. Although literature about virtual
worlds dates back many years, this bulletin reflects on more recent
publications that discuss both technological and pedagogical issues.
Content is drawn from interviews with educators and innovators who are
already involved in building campuses, teaching classes, and providing
resources to those using Second Life.

Both dated - but still possibly relevant for a lit review.

best,
aj


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> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2016 15:13:14 -0400
> From: Sharon Collingwood <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: [SLED] Article in IIENetworker
> To: "SL Educators (The SLED List)" <[hidden email]>
> Message-ID: <[hidden email]>
> Content-Type: text/plain; charset="utf-8"
>
> Hey, AJ, good points. We?re all sitting on our hands, waiting for the show
> to start. Popcorn, anyone?
>
> I?ve received some questions about the VWED wiki, where this article
> belongs. Unfortunately, I am not able to keep that up now. I had so much
> trouble with spam. I promised the people who worked on the annotated
> bibliographies that they would stay up, so I have transferred all the
> bibliographies to my Wordpress site, and I have started to update them.  If
> you have an article you?d like included, just let me know.
>
> If you have a look, you?ll see that it is intended as an annotated
> bibliography, so if you?d like me to post something, please add a couple of
> sentences to guide researchers to your article.
>
> AJ?s article is linked here: https://elliebrewster.com/rese
> arch/general-resources/ <https://elliebrewster.com/res
> earch/general-resources/>
>
> The main reference page is here: https://elliebrewster.com/research/ <
> https://elliebrewster.com/research/>
>
> I?m still in the middle of updating the whole site, particularly all my
> archives from my work at Ohio State (that?s a pretty big job, will take a
> while).  I?ve also started a new page, recording my efforts to keep track
> of what?s going on in SL, OpenSim, High Fidelity and Sansar.
>
>
> Sharon Collingwood
> Educational Consultant
> Stratford, Ontario
>
>
>
> > On Oct 28, 2016, at 8:25 AM, AJ <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >
> > Hey everyone!
> >
> > I was recently asked by IIE Networker to write an article on the current
> state of education in virtual worlds.
> >
> > Check it out!
> > http://www.nxtbook.com/naylor/IIEB/IIEB0216/index.php#/0 <
> http://www.nxtbook.com/naylor/IIEB/IIEB0216/index.php#/0>
> >
> > Did I miss anything?
> >
> > aj
> >
>
>
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Director of Emerging & Instructional Technology
     College of Humanities and Social Sciences - Montclair State University
Doctoral Candidate, ABD
     Educational Communication and Technology - New York University
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http://eld.montclair.edu
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corner)

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Done, A.J.

I think older stuff is important, as there may be quite a few educators reinventing the wheel in the coming years.


Sharon Collingwood
Stratford, Ontario
(519) 508-7666



> On Oct 31, 2016, at 10:18 AM, AJ <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> Sharon,
>
> Thanks so much for doing this!  Great curation.
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> Could you also add

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From: Sharon Collingwood <[hidden email]>
Subject: Re: [SLED] Article in IIENetworker
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How about this?

Bell, L., Franks, P., Trueman, R. (2016). Teaching and Learning in Virtual Environments: Archives, Museums and Libraries. Santa Barbara, California: Libraries Unlimited. This collection of essays looks at the VR educational experience from many perspectives, with case studies in a variety of disciplines. It concludes with studies on community building and collaboration, and predictions for the future of libraries in virtual worlds.


I?m definitely interested in helping out with this project. I?ll be in touch.


Ellie Brewster (SL)



Sharon Collingwood
Educational Consultant
Stratford, Ontario




> On Oct 30, 2016, at 5:33 PM, Valerie Hill <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
> A new book has just been released:  Teaching and Learning in Virtual Environments: Archives, Museums and Libraries.
>
> You can access the book on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Teaching-Learning-Virtual-Environments-Libraries/dp/1440841748 <https://www.amazon.com/Teaching-Learning-Virtual-Environments-Libraries/dp/1440841748>
>
> The Community Virtual Library in SL is currently looking at creating a database to catalog immersive learning resources and virtual world communities.  Please contact me inworld if you would like to collaborate. As you have mentioned, connecting educators in various virtual worlds is essential and we all share that goal.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Valerie Hill, PhD
> President Community Virtual Library
> SL avatar  Valibrarian Gregg
> https://about.me/valibrarian <https://about.me/valibrarian>
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Re: Article in IIENetworker

Alex Howland
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Thanks for putting this together. Here is a recent one on leadership and teaming assessment in virtual worlds:


Howland, A. C., Rembisz, R., Wang-Jones, T. S., Heise, S. R., Brown, S. (2015). Developing a virtual assessment center. Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 67, 110-126. doi:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/cpb0000034


The article uses a case study to explain the opportunities for team and leadership assessment in virtual world simulations. The case study was done with 30 MBA students from 10 different countries competing on teams of 3 or 4 in a business simulation competition. No two students on a team were from the same country or university. Organizational psychologists observed behavior during 16 hours of the competition (four three-hour sessions). The competition took place in VirBELA, a Unity3D based virtual world designed for education and business. The research lays some groundwork for how leadership assessment could be automated to reduce the cost of expensive facilitators and assessors.


 



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On Mon, Oct 31, 2016 at 11:13 AM, Sharon Collingwood <[hidden email]> wrote:
How about this?

Bell, L., Franks, P., Trueman, R. (2016). Teaching and Learning in Virtual Environments: Archives, Museums and Libraries. Santa Barbara, California: Libraries Unlimited. This collection of essays looks at the VR educational experience from many perspectives, with case studies in a variety of disciplines. It concludes with studies on community building and collaboration, and predictions for the future of libraries in virtual worlds.


I’m definitely interested in helping out with this project. I’ll be in touch.


Ellie Brewster (SL)



Sharon Collingwood
Educational Consultant
Stratford, Ontario




On Oct 30, 2016, at 5:33 PM, Valerie Hill <[hidden email]> wrote:

A new book has just been released:  Teaching and Learning in Virtual Environments: Archives, Museums and Libraries.


The Community Virtual Library in SL is currently looking at creating a database to catalog immersive learning resources and virtual world communities.  Please contact me inworld if you would like to collaborate. As you have mentioned, connecting educators in various virtual worlds is essential and we all share that goal.

Best regards,

Valerie Hill, PhD
President Community Virtual Library
SL avatar  Valibrarian Gregg


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AJ's big point

Sharon Collingwood-2
In reply to this post by Sorry.AFK
AJ’s last point in his article was about the use of mobile applications in teaching. Let’s face it, it’s what the students have, and it’s what they want to use.

So I wondered what people thought about this:


Google’s new headset plugs into a phone. 

Hmmm….  Aside from the amusement of watching a lot of students walk into physical walls, there may be something in this new tech.  But if there is, are we going to have to revamp our approach in teaching?

Interesting question, anyway.



Sharon Collingwood
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Stratford, Ontario





On Oct 28, 2016, at 8:25 AM, AJ <[hidden email]> wrote:

Hey everyone!

I was recently asked by IIE Networker to write an article on the current state of education in virtual worlds. 

Check it out!  
http://www.nxtbook.com/naylor/IIEB/IIEB0216/index.php#/0

Did I miss anything? 

aj


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     College of Humanities and Social Sciences - Montclair State University
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     Educational Communication and Technology - New York University
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