The SUNY Oneonta Second Life Music Project
Journal of Educational Technology Systems Volume 37, Number 3, ISSN 0047-2395
Do online virtual worlds represent a viable learning environment for higher education? Many Second Life classes resemble their real life equivalents, but some faculty are exploring the potential of virtual worlds for less-traditional teaching. This article describes one such effort, the SUNY Oneonta Music Project, in which faculty and students from several different disciplines combined their talents to create a special learning experience.
Greenberg, J., Nepkie, J. & Pence, H.E. (2009). The SUNY Oneonta Second Life Music Project. Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 37(3), 251-258.
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