Teacher visit to CybaLOUNGE,
a 3D world in a browser.
Just like a web page except you walk into it.
Notes and teacher's tools
Basic information for showing teachers how to teach an online in CybaLOUNGE
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Online teaching advantages of CybaLOUNGE
- Easy access: Runs in a browser; nothing to download/install.
- Guest mode: students need not register unless you want them to.
- Runs on tablets, Chromebooks, laptops, and desktops.
- Has voice as good as other conference sites.
- Can provide network security matching a bank.
- You can set any age restrictions for your place.
- You can limit entry to registered students and your guests
- Supports display and use of Google Docs (by students too).
- You bring in images, objects, or videos by drag and drop.
- Multimedia presenter gets content by web links.
How to get into CybaLOUNGE
- Click this link
- Login as guest, pick an avatar, enter a nickname
- You will arrive at the main office.
Below: Teacher's tools and office hours
- Update 6/4/2020 Firestorm update for OpenSim. Metamodernism and Changing Literacy
Instructions for entering students
- A gamified learning plan for starting students and teachers in web-worlds. A strawman version
- A plan for a field trip to CybaLOUNGE. Getting in is too easy. It would also be quick if I didn't talk so much.
- Cybalounge web classroom (model). Any instructor could have a classroom to modify as needed
- How to start building in Cybalounge, a roadmap for beginners
- Your classroom may be big enough that you need teleporters:
- Teleports in Cybalounge, in location and to another location
Visit me on the web
- Drop by my web offices Weekdays: 12:-12:30 pm Central time (US)
- I am available for free consulting on any topic in this blog.
- Cybalounge and 3DWebWorldz (Orientation room)
- I will be in both places, so you may need to speak to get my attention.
- Web-worlds, 3D virtual worlds running in a browser. Summary
- And we can visit the Writer's Workshop on the Web
- Don't register -- enter as guest.
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