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Good den.

Renaissance Island was one of the early pioneers in helping students and educators maximize the benefits of Second Life in the classroom.  It grew into a diverse cultural community interested in English history and culture of the Tudor period. 

Created by librarians with the sponsorship of the Alliance Library Services, Renaissance Island began in February 2007.  Now sponsored by the South Central Regional Library Council located in Ithaca, New York, Renaissance Island is in its 13th year in Second Life.  The region is supported by its residents and donations.  We have storytelling and music performers.  On occasion, we have jousting, horse racing and other sports that we enjoy today.

Renaissance Island is open to all educators teaching this aspect of English history, free of charge.  If you wish to have a tour of the region before bringing a class, contact Baroness Anne de Darcy(Amza Hydraconis) via notecard. 

Thank you

 

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