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This will stretch your thinking. Ohio University has created a campus in Second Life. Take a look at their two minute video posted in YouTube.
You might want to look at my three earlier postings about Second Life: SecondLife.com, Is There a Place for Faith in SecondLife?, and Church in SecondLife Taken Down.
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This caught my eye because I also find it interesting that the most
widely-published professors and researchers are not the ones teaching
students at their universities, almost out of necessity-- if you're
spending so much time in the laboratory or the library, you can't
teach a class full of undergrads at the same time.
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The students probably have their Second Life account, right? It's a clever idea. They're going with the flow of the trend today. Time will come and they will even add online courses in that online campus they made. It is highly possible that students would appreciate that idea, since most of their time and activities involve surfing the internet.
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