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SLOODLE and the Avatar Classroom, how to connect your Moodle Activities to the Virtual World of Second Life and Opensim

SUNDAY, 30 September 2012 - 4am SLT | 11am GMT | 8pm TYO

Recording (46min): http://lancelot.adobeconnect.com/p36j655gzdp/

SLOODLE and the Avatar Classroom, how to connect your Moodle Activities to the Virtual World of Second Life and Opensim

In this session, Edmund Edgar (Edmund Earp) and Fire Centaur (Paul Preibisch) will discuss how the Avatar Classroom can connect your Moodle Quizes, assignments, and online competitions to your Virtual World Classroom. 

Come find out how you can get your very own Moodle Hosted website connected to the Virtual World in just a few clicks. 

P.S. The sharks in the quiz pool now have lasers attached to their heads!!!

Bio

Paul Preibisch
Paul graduated from Simon Fraser University in Computing Science. He spent 5 years teaching English in South Korea, and is now living in Tokyo Japan, where he works as a full time web-developer and programmer for an e-learning software company. Paul has had an island in Second Life since 2006, and was a lead developer of the SLOODLE project in 2009-2010. Paul has been an active presenter for educational conferences in Second Life including several SLanguages from 2006-2011. Paul has also presented across Korea at several Korean Kotesol conferences in 2011. Paul is currently working with Edmund Edgar on the Avatar Classroom (http://avatarclassroom.com), a turn key Moodle / Sloodle solution to connect 3d classrooms with quizzes, assignments, and role play activities.

Edmund Edgar
Edmund graduated from Oxford University in Philosophy and Modern Languages in 1997. He spent three years as an English teacher in High School and Junior High Schools in rural Japan, before moving to Tokyo to work on internet school linking projects, development and systems
administration, for a variety of clients including The British
Council, The Princeton Review and Cerego Japan, creators of the ""iKnow"" language learning site. He started working in virtual worlds in 2006 and founded his own company, Social Minds, in 2009. He is one of the original developers of the SLOODLE project connecting Moodle with virtual worlds."

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