Newcomer Friendly Spots
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New to Second Life? Check out these locations that offer orientations, tutorials and other resources for new virtual world Residents.
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This large, whimsical, and eclectic Victorian steampunk community stretches over fifty regions in Second Life. Caledon Oxbridge is where new Residents arrive and is the gateway to Victoria City and the numerous towns and countryside beyond.View this destination »
Neste Comunidade Gateway, novos e antigos residentes encontram ajuda e orientação. Ajuda SL Brasil aims to support and assist Residents (both old and new) to understand Second Life better. This area features a team of Portuguese-speaking helpers and mentors on hand to help answer Residents' questions.View this destination »
New residents are invited to learn the day-to-day basics of Second Life on this lush, wooded tutorial path. Learn movement, communication, outfits, and more. Assistance and mentoring are also available for new and experienced residents alike. All are welcome, but this tutorial zone is optimized for the Firestorm Viewer. (http://phoenixviewer.com).View this destination »
New Second Life Residents can find a helpful hand at Helping Haven, a spot filled with experts who can share tips and tricks to getting started in SL. Visit this newcomer-friendly community for freebies, landmarks and other useful items. More at http://helpinghaven.weebly.com.View this destination »
London New User Experience is the place for anyone wishing to learn about Second Life. London has a great team of greeters to help anyone and everyone looking for help, tips or pointers. The new user experience enables more and better help for all new users.View this destination »
New to Second Life? Learn the basics at this area built specifically for new residents. Helpful signage will teach you the basics, but there are also some useful freebies to help you get started in Second Life.View this destination »
New to Second Life? New Resident Mentors are active volunteers who are willing to help by sharing knowledge and useful tips in Second Life. New Resident Island was designed for simple and fun learning.View this destination »
Come to Club Accessible, where able-bodied and disabled (in "real life" and/or Second Life) enjoy dancing and friendship in an equal manner in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Visit the club, tiki bar and the sandy beach!View this destination »
The Adult Hub Landing offers open club dance poles, hundreds of dances, a learning center a free item center open to all. They also offer a sandbox for anyone to learn building and free 30-day housing (subject to availability) for newer avatars. New residents are always welcome!View this destination »
Owning property is a fun and rewarding part of SL, so it's important to get all the facts before making the big commitment. The VRLI helps Residents make informed decisions about land ownership by providing information on topics like management, renting, and maintenance.View this destination »
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