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Jeremy Hunsinger on Thu, 12 Jun 2008 11:54:57 +0200 (CEST)


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<nettime-ann> Learning and Research in Second Life(R) Copenhagen 16, oct.


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Apologies for Crossposting, distribute as appropriate-jh

Call for Papers/Participation

Please join us in a workshop on learning and research in Second
Life(R) on October 16, 2008 in Copenhagen at Internet Research 9.0 (http://conferences.aoir.org/ 
)

Deadline June 15th (Individual extensions may be given).

Second Life is a 3d virtual environment created by Linden Lab (R)
which has captured the attention of researchers and teachers from
around the world from a variety of disciplines.

This workshop aims to improve the understanding of Second Life as a
Learning and Research environment. It will bring 35 researchers
together to collaborate, discuss and workshop diverse topics related
to research and learning in Second Life. We will pursue a full-day
schedule in which participants will discuss their work and interests
on four different topics: learning in Second Life, integrated
learning, the contributions of research to the community and ethical
research methods. How can we better enable learning in this sphere?
How can we better enable research?

Our honored keynote will be Pathfinder Linden

Researchers are requested to submit papers and short biography to slworkshop08 {AT} gmail.com
, which will be selected and distributed amongst participants before
the workshop. First invitations will be offered to those who provide
full papers for consideration.

These papers have two purposes: first is to provide a common platform
for understanding our research and teaching and second submitted
papers may be considered for publication in an edited volume being
produced in relation to the workshop, or possibly in peer reviewed
publication derived from the workshop (these are currently under
discussion).

Subsequent invitations will be made based upon research/teaching
statement and biography with priority given to people submitting full
papers.  If you are interested in participating, please send an email
containing your information to slworkshop08 {AT} gmail.com.

Decisions will be made by August 1st, barring incident.  There is a
limit of 35 participants at the physical meeting; the event will be
simulcast into Second Life which will be organized by Jason Nolan.

We welcome professionals, faculty and graduate students to participate.

This workshop is sponsored by Linden Lab, creators of Second Life, and
is organized by Jeremy Hunsinger, Rochelle Mazar, Aleks Krotoski and
Jason Nolan. Lunch, coffee breaks and the room is included in
participation.  (And you'll probably get a t-shirt!)

*We are also seeking additional sponsors, please contact jhuns {AT} vt.edu
if you would like to sponsor this workshop.

Jeremy Hunsinger
Information Ethics Fellow
Center for Information Policy Research



Everything you can imagine is real.
--Pablo Picasso


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