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Virtual Education

July 14, 2010

As we move into the future, educators are becoming more and more creative with how technology can advance our education tools. Applying the principles of "Second Life" virtual reality to a classroom setting, innovators at Case Western University have opened up a new world of educational possibilities. Second Life teaching is one example of how we can expand the boundaries of the classroom and the scope of student-teacher interactions. Can you think of any others?

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