Friday, July 13, 2018

2018 WW: EDU: Web-worlds and a MOOC: update for 2018

Web-worlds and a MOOC: 
update for 2018

VWMOOC18 will update the web-world presentations of SLMOOC17.  Here is a review of previous SLMOOC's

More after the break

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Previous videos

SLMOOC17 June 8th The Making of a Web Based World
"Making of a Web-Based Virtual World" was presented by Dieter Heyne (aka Edward Tarber in virtual worlds) for the students of the SLMOOC17 course on June 8th, 2017. The lecture was about the creation of a web based virtual world platform and the features it is providing for educators.

Links to previous Mooc reports

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Videos from web worlds



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