Examining the ways in which people learn in social groups in second life: an ethnographic study

@inproceedings{Tay2010ExaminingTW,
  title={Examining the ways in which people learn in social groups in second life: an ethnographic study},
  author={Wan-Ying Tay},
  booktitle={GROUP},
  year={2010}
}
Virtual worlds are computer-simulated spaces which allow a large number of users to interact in real-time through an array of communication modes. The social and participatory nature of virtual worlds provide new places of assembly and generate opportunities for forming groups in which users can share information and engage in joint activities, potentially leading to a range of learning outcomes. The purported benefits are especially evident in user-created virtual worlds such as Second Life… CONTINUE READING

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