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  1. Virtual Worlds: Is One Life Enough? (IOLE) Class Presentations Autumn 2019 Four teams presented on the topic “Future Work.” To reach this objective they were required to work collaboratively online in Second Life® and social media. https://sitearm.wordpress.com/2019/12/24/iole-class-presentations-autumn-2019/ This is the 10th year of this biannual course. For purposes of the course Second Life remains best virtual world location choice. Alternatives scouted over the years have included Open Sim, High Fidelity, Sansar, Sinespace, and other.
  2. “Is One Life Enough” Autumn 2014 Registration Now Open We are pleased to announce that registration for the Autumn 2014 “Is One Life Enough” professional social media course is now open. The module will begin Thursday, October 2nd, 8:00 p.m. Irish Time, and will be taught online in Second Life. The “Is One Life Enough” professional social media course is a university-level online course taught weekly for 10 sessions held at Dublin Institute of Technology Campus in Second Life and accredited by Dublin Institute of Technology in Ireland. The audience for this course is undergraduates, professionals, and educators seeking university-level training and credit in the use of online tools, such as Second Life, WordPress, Twitter and LinkedIn. Students will attend sessions as Avatars and maintain online journals between sessions. Students will learn to establish and strengthen their online professional presence. Students will learn to work collaboratively, online, to complete team projects selected by the students and presented at module’s end to a collective university and Second Life audience. Second Life Students may receive DIT Accredited Professional Continuing Education Credit for a part-time tuition fee (99 Euro or equivalent in L$/US$) – send IM to Dublin In SL Registrar "Sitearm Madonna"
  3. SL10B Auditorium Tuesday, 11am PDT - Sitearm Madonna: Is One Life Enough Professional Social Media Course - college and professional development credit course taught twice yearly in Dublin Institute of Technology Campus in Dublin Virtually Live in Second Life (R) Networking - Other SL people in IOLE Learning - Mastering social media SL10B Spectacular Auditorium, SL10B Spectacular (28, 254, 24)
  4. SL10B Auditorium Tuesday, 10am PDT - Sitearm Madonna: Military Open Simulator Enterprise Strategy Professional Online Networking Community - meet weekly, researching the ability of 3-D web platforms to provide high-security, high-performance access, and conducting bimonthly Avatar Scalability Experiments open to the public. Networking - Other SL people in MOSES Learning - Your own virtual world software to experiment with SL10B Spectacular Auditorium, SL10B Spectacular (28, 254, 24)
  5. Would you like to Master Social Media? The “Is One Life Enough” Professional Social Media Course is a University-level online course taught weekly for 10 sessions held at Dublin Institute of Technology Campus in Second Life and accredited by Dublin Institute of Technology. The audience for this course is undergraduates, professionals, and professional educators seeking university-level training and/or in-service training credit in the Professional Use of Social Media Tools including Second Life, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogging, Google+, and YouTube. Students attend as Avatars and maintain online journals. Suitable for application to all disciplines including design, literature, media, arts, business, education, and technology. A technology background is not required, however, students must have a good internet connection and computer. Course includes online reading assignments, independent exploration, and student-student interaction between classes. Students will need to spend several hours a week online. Classes start this Thursday, February 7th at 12noon PST (which is 3pm EST and 8pm GMT) and run for 10 weeks (break on 28 March and 4 April for Easter to finish on 25 April). You MUST have and know how to use a Second Life Avatar to participate. If you are in the UK/ROI Time Zone this is a Weekly Evening University-Level online course for 10 weeks at 99 Euro; If you are in the US Time Zone this is a Weekly Afternoon College-Level online course for 10 weeks at 127 USD. You may also register in-world for 10 weeks at 32,900 L$. These tuitions are for Dublin Virtually Live Second Life-sponsored students. Full price live is 10 weeks at 500 Euro / 640 USD. Contact Sitearm Madonna by IMfor registration form. On successful completion participants receive 5 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System higher education credits and a Dublin Institute of Technology Certificate of Successfully Completed Course Accreditation.
  6. Would you like to Master Social Media? “Is One Life Enough” Professional Social Media Course a: University-level online course taught weekly for 10 sessions at: Dublin Institute of Technology Campus in Second Life accredited by: Dublin Institute of Technology The audience for this course is those seeking university-level training and/or in-service training credit in the Professional Use of Social Media Tools including Second Life, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogging, Google+, and YouTube. Students attend as Avatars and maintain online journals. Suitable for application to all disciplines including design, literature, media, arts, business, education, and technology. Classes start next Thursday, February 7th at 12noon PST (which is 3pm EST and 8pm GMT) and run for 10 weeks (break on 28 March and 4 April for Easter to finish on 25 April). You MUST have and know how to use a Second Life Avatar to participate. If you are in the UK/ROI Time Zone this is a Weekly Evening University-Level online course for 10 weeks at 99 Euro; If you are in the US Time Zone this is a Weekly Afternoon College-Level online course for 10 weeks at 127 USD. You may also register in-world for 10 weeks at 32,900 L$. Full price live is 10 weeks at 500 Euro / 640 USD. See my profile, Sitearm Madonna, or my blog (below) for full course credentials and registration information link.
  7. Voicechat on my MacBook Pro with Logitech headset breaks up completely; help! works ok on Skype
  8. Would you like to Master Social Media? “Is One Life Enough” Professional Social Media Course taught in Dublin Virtually Live. Weekly classes begin Thursday, October 11th, 8pm-9:30pm IST / 12noon-1:30pm PDT in Dublin 3 Sim. Send IM to Sitearm Madonna for application form. If you are in the UK/ROI Time Zone this is a Weekly Evening University-Level online course for 10 weeks at 99 Euro; If you are in the US Time Zone this is a Weekly Afternoon College-Level online course for 10 weeks at 127 USD. You MUST have and know how to use a Second Life Avatar to participate at a discount. If you do not, full price live is 10 weeks at 500 Euro / 640 USD. Full details are available online by googling sitearm blog or by going to my SL profile and clicking About - Home Page.
  9. Wanted: female and male avatar sculpties available free or for sale for background for an education project. I need dressed teen girls and boys. I appreciate any information you can provide. Please IM me Sitearm Madonna. Thanks!
  10. IS ONE LIFE ENOUGH? REGISTRATION NOW OPEN FOR 2012 MODULE BEGINNING OCTOBER 10 Virtual Environments: Is One Life Enough is an award-winning, college-credit, online course on the professional use of social media. Registration is now open for the 2012 module beginning October 10. Applicants must be 18 or older and have a good internet connection and computer. Weekly classes begin October 10th, 12noon-1:30pm PDT. Sponsored registrations are available to selected Second Life residents at a significant discount: Send email to sitearm@gmail.com for application form. AUDIENCE Those seeking university-level training in the professional use of social media tools including Second Life, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogging, Google+, and YouTube. Students attend as Avatars and maintain online journals. Suitable for application to all disciplines including design, literature, media, arts, business, education, and technology. A technology background is not required however students must have a good internet connection and computer. Course includes online reading assignments, independent exploration, and student-student interaction between classes. Students will need to spend several hours a week online. MODULE DESCRIPTION A thorough knowledge of how online virtual environments and networking communities function is becoming increasingly essential for anyone working in cultural industries. In this module students will explore the creation, management and exploitation of content in blogs, online social networking sites, virtual worlds such as Second Life, video and picture hosting sites etc. The outcome will be an understanding of how to use these applications to achieve professional goals. The module will be delivered entirely in Second Life, an online virtual environment manifested as a visual world accessed through a personalised avatar. Students will explore how the environment functions and examine and evaluate the way in which a virtual presence is created. They will establish and maintain virtual relationships and reflect critically on the process through a personal blog and postings on their social networking sites. There is a strong focus on the impact of the regulations and conventions governing the creation and exploitation of content in various contexts to enable students to apply the theory of content creation in online spaces. On successful completion of this module students will be able to: . Access online virtual environments and networking communities to carry out specific activities; . Create and manage their presence in virtual spaces; . Establish and maintain virtual relationships; . Explain how the regulations and conventions operating in online virtual environments and networking communities support the creation and management of content; . Describe the potential outcomes from creating content; . Apply this knowledge to create and exploit original content for online virtual environments and networking communities. The module is worth 5 ECTS credits. DUBLIN VIRTUALLY LIVE SPONSORED REGISTRATIONS Dublin Virtually Live Sponsored Registrations are available for selected Second Life residents at a significant discount. Send an email immediately to sitearm@gmail.com, expressing your interest to register. I will immediately send you an application. LECTURERS Principal Lecturer: John O’Connor, Director and Dean of the College of Arts and Tourism Associate Lecturer: Claudia Igbrude, eLearning Development Officer; Learning, Teaching Technology Centre AWARDS Innovation in Further and Higher Education (Learning Without Frontiers) 2012 Jennifer Burke Award (Irish Learning Technology Association) 2010 FALL 2012 MODULE Online classes start Wednesday, October 10th, 12noon-1:30pm PDT at the DIT In DVL Campus. Students should log into SL at least 15 minutes early for sound check. Virtual Environments: Is One Life Enough? . Starting October 10th, 12noon-1:30pm Pacific Daylight Time (8pm-9:30pm Irish Daylight Time) . 90 Minutes Per Class . One Class Per Week . Assignments Between Classes . 10 Weeks . 5 College Course Credits through Dublin Institute of Technology Timetable Caveat: final timetable will be released first week of September Date US Time Irish Time Oct 10 12noon-1:30pm Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) 8pm-9:30pm Irish Daylight Time (IDT) Oct 17 12noon-1:30pm PDT 8pm-9:30pm IDT Oct 24 12noon-1:30pm PDT 8pm-9:30pm IDT Oct 31 *11am-12:30pm PDT* 8pm-9:30pm Irish Standard Time (IST) Nov 7 12noon-1:30pm PST 8pm-9:30pm IST Nov 14 12noon-1:30pm PST 8pm-9:30pm IST Nov 21 12noon-1:30pm PST 8pm-9:30pm IST Nov 28 12noon-1:30pm PST 8pm-9:30pm IST Dec 5 12noon-1:30pm PST 8pm-9:30pm IST Dec 12 12noon-1:30pm PST 8pm-9:30pm IST DIT IN DVL CAMPUS Dublin Institute of Technology is the largest provider of third level education in Ireland, with a campus that spans the City of Dublin and Dublin Virtually Live. Dublin Virtually Live is a recreation in Second Life of the City of Dublin online, celebrating the music, art, culture, and enterprise of Ireland. SECOND LIFE Second Life is an online virtual world launched in 2003. A number of free viewers allow users to interact with each other through avatars.
  11. These presentations are of particular relevance with today’s activation [23-Aug-2011] of Second Life Mesh Import. The Future of Mesh in Second Life Charlar Linden and Nyx Linden present an overview of Mesh import and what it can do for content creation, building, sharing, and selling in Second Life. Charlie Hite (SL: Charlar Linden) has led efforts to develop and launch the Mesh project at Linden Lab. Charlie’s previous software experience is in a wide range of industries including; Visual Effects, Animation, Enterprise, Web, Online Games, Console Games and Finance. His work at Linden Lab seems to encompass absolutely all of his previous experience. SLIDES: tbd VIDEO: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/16618062 Getting your Feet Wet Building in Mesh This is a newbies introduction on how to use free or OpenSource tools to make Mesh Objects. Examples of simpler tools and how to get them to work with Second Life’s Mesh Importer. Larry Havenstein (SL: Thadicus Caligari) has been involved in Second Life since 2003. Larry has real life work involvement supporting Kansas State University and USDA eXtension projects in Second Life. He is an active builder in Second Life. SLIDES: tbd VIDEO: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/16619573
  12. Are you Creative? Business-like? Technical? Are you Philanthropic? Profit-oriented? Are you an Activist for social change? Did you know that the most successful communities in the world … with the highest talent, the highest tech, the highest quality of life … also have the highest tolerance for all these temperaments? Find out more by scanning these Commerce & Marketing Track presentations, fresh from the Second Life Community Convention, just completed. http://sitearm.wordpress.com/2011/08/22/slcc-2011-commerce-marketing-track-videos/
  13. The 2011 Official United States Convention of the Second Life Community begins! Thursday – Early arrivals stuff convention bags for attendees. Friday – Pick up your goodie bags! . OAKLAND Registration opens 10am . SL In-World Music Mixer starts 1pm . OAKLAND AvaCon Mixer starts 3pm Saturday – Formal programs begin 8am to 5:30pm . 2 Keynotes, 15 Breakout Presentations & Panels, 2 Mixers Sunday – Formal programs continue 8am to 5:30pm . 2 Keynotes, 14 Breakout Presentations & Panels, 2 Mixers Full Schedule – http://www.slconvention.org/ all times SLT / PDT . Schedule shows OAKLAND, SL, and INTERNET locations
  14. Dirk Mckeenan answers questions from the SL community on SLCC 2011. Second Life® is the world’s leading 3D Web virtual environment and virtual goods economy. SLCC is the Second Life Community Convention, held once a year for residents, by residents. SLCC presentations are webcast live, and recorded, and made available to all SL Residents. This post features last-minute instructions for viewers, live and remote, on how to preview and schedule, online, presentations to be sure to watch. August 12th, 13th, 14th Schedule SLCC uses the SCHED social event calendar and mobile event app. Sign on and select your favorites at http://schedule.slconvention.org/ Dates . Saturday, August 13th . Sunday, August 14th Locations . Real World: California, Oakland Marriott City Center. for 300 usd registration plus lodging, travel . In World; Second Life, SLCC Sims, for free . Internet: Ustream, Your Favorite Internet Browser, for free Keynotes & Presentations . KEYNOTES [4] + We Built This City: Creating a Better World – Rik Panganiban + The Future of Second Life – Rod Humble, CEO Linden Lab + Future Mobile Geeky Tech: Our Virtual Lives – Aliza Sherman + The Future of the Second Life Platform – Linden Lab Panel . ARTISTIC & CREATIVE EXPESSION [4] . COMMERCE & MARKETING [8] . DEVELOPERS & OPEN SOURCE [4] . PUBLIC SERVICE & EDUCATION [8] . SOCIAL EXPERIENCE & COMMUNITIES [5] Funding Conference fees cover webcasts for Remote viewers, and recordings, which are provided free of charge to all SL residents. These fees were paid by Live Attendees, Speakers, Organizers, and Sponsors. Thank them when you see them!
  15. @Poenaid; Hi! There are two mesh sessions you can watch online, live or, later, recorded. Cheers! : ) Site The Future of Mesh in Second Life Speakers Charlie Hite (SL: Charlar Linden) Neal Orman (SL: Nyx Linden) Charlar Linden and Nyx Linden will present an overview of Mesh import and what it can do for content creation, building, sharing, and selling in Second Life. WHEN: Saturday, August 13th, 9:30am SLT, One Hour SLURL: http://slurl.com/secondlife/SLCC%202/134/65/23 USTREAM: http://www.ustream.tv/user/slcc4 Getting your Feet Wet Building in Mesh Speakers Larry Havenstein (SL: Thadicus Caligari) This is a newbies introduction on how to use free or OpenSource tools to make Mesh Objects. Examples of simpler tools and how to get them to work with Second Life's Mesh Importer. WHEN: Saturday, August 13th, 11:00am SLT, One Hour SLURL: http://slurl.com/secondlife/SLCC%202/134/65/23 USTREAM: http://www.ustream.tv/user/slcc4
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