VWBPE Program

All sessions of the VWBPE 2020 Conference are held in Second Life®. All times are in SLT (Pacific Time).
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Mar
27
Fri
2020
Workshop: Avatars on the Edges of Space: An Immersion Model @ VWBPE Workshop Area B
Mar 27 @ 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Speaker: Leticia Deleon / Letty Luckstone, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

While virtual environments have been explored, discovered, and conquered, true immersion for learning continues to be elusive. This workshop will engage participants in an immersive model that borrows from experiential learning through the marriage of avatar, environment, and actions. Not only will participants engage in an immersive, interactive experience by using multimodal tools, but also create a plan for using the model with their own learners.

  • The participant will immerse their avatar in a learning experience using multimodal tools.
  • The participant will design their own plan for engaging their learners in true immersive learning.

Accessibility: Speak easy HUD

Apr
11
Sat
2020
RESCHEDULED :: Campbell Hero Walk @ Campbell Hero Walk
Apr 11 @ 09:00 AM – 10:30 AM

Please NOTE the rescheduled time.

Host: Ludova (Quippe Wylder)

The Hero Walk is a circle of twelve colours and pictures. Each picture talks in text when touched, describing that step of Campbell’s hero journey and asking the viewer a question. We’ll begin at The Hero Walk on Aloft, and explore each of the colours and pictures. Then we will join Thuja Hynes on Inspiration Island to learn more about the Hall of Heroes that has been created by Hero Walk users.

  • Participants will experience the colourful life of a hero and compare it to their lives.
  • Participants will learn how Hero Walk is used in SL to teach self-esteem and the value of diversity.

Accessibility: SpeakEasy HUD Tool

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