All sessions of the VWBPE 2020 Conference are held in Second Life®. All times are in SLT (Pacific Time).
You may access this time zone converter for your local time: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html.
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Note: Daylight Saving Time
In most of the United States and Canada, Daylight Saving Time is in effect as of 8 March 2020. Is your location affected? Check this page to find out when (and if) Daylight Saving Time begins for you. The Spring/Fall time change occurs throughout March and April, if at all, depending upon your location.
Join host Bethany Winslow to create a selfie for the Friends of the Library wall at Community Virtual Library location in Kitely! This activity was designed as an Open Educational Resource that allows a new event organizer to provide visitors with an easy building project for a more engaging event. Having content with pre-built instructions and resources to give to your own participants makes it easy for you to replicate this activity. This is especially useful for busy educators who are newer to hosting virtual world events.
We’ll meet in front of the Hypergrid Resources Library on the Cookie II region of Kitely. You can use an OpenSim hypergrid enabled account or a Kitely account. Here is the CVL hypergrid address – grid.kitely.com:8002:Cookie II (NOTE: Kitely are virtual worlds “on-demand”. You may get a pop up that the teleport has failed and the world is being started. This is normal.)
From the welcome center on Cookie II, use the local teleport to the Hypergrid Resources Library. Here are some short tutorial videos that may help you:
Meet the VWBPE Sponsors!
Moderator: Kevin Feenan / Phelan Corrimal; Rockcliffe University Consortium
Nine sponsors have come together to support this year’s Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education Conference. This open forum is your opportunity to learn about their contributions to education and why they feel supporting open source virtual conferences, like this one, is so important.
Participants will be given the opportunity to express their opinions on how for-profit and non-profit businesses can better help support teachers and instructional developers.
Attendees will learn about the motivating factors behind some of the biggest names supporting education in Second Life
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