Education & Nonprofits
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Learning in a virtual world? See examples of education and nonprofits in Second Life, the leader solution for virtual meetings, events, training and simulations.
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In time for Halloween, Literature Alive! brings you The Asylum. This scary, creepy venue does more than scare your pixelated pants...it teaches you about the horrible past of mental institutions, evil doctors, and literature featuring mental illness.View this destination »
The University of The Arts is a place to share knowledge related to theatrical dance shows in Second Life. Areas of study will include choreography, set building, particles, philosophy, marketing, and other key aspects of dance.View this destination »
This visible teleport hub features easy access to the major educational places provided by The Science Circle & Abyss Observatory. On the ground floor is natural sciences, while the upper floor offers access to art, history and learning places. Please open near-by chat and touch a destination board. A robot dolphin welcomes you at the underwater cafe.View this destination »
Visit a virtual library in Second Life that was developed by Stanford University's Libraries and Academic Information Resources (SULAIR).View this destination »
Home to the College of Medicine at the University of South Florida. Includes information on the various schools and departments, including nursing, public health, continuing education, and the Shimberg Library.View this destination »
Take a horse-drawn carriage tour of Nonprofit Commons, an area that contains more than 150 nonprofit and social benefit organizations in Second Life.View this destination »
The International Society for Technology in Education's Virtual Environments Network meets regularly for planning, exploring, socializing and more at this Eduisland HQ. Visit often, especially on Tuesday evenings at 5 p.m. (Pacific).View this destination »
The Mayo Clinic's island in Second Life includes conference facilities and a bookstore. The not-for-profit medical practice holds regular talks and events on diseases and illnesses for interested Residents.View this destination »
The USC Marshall island allows students to run their own businesses, manage rental properties, and meet in real-time classroom environments.View this destination »
Take an automated tour of the classes and interactive features within the University of Delaware in Second Life.View this destination »
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