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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This estate in Second Life supports a wide range of educational activities, including simulations in accident investigation, psychology, business ethics and financial accounting. The MA runs entirely in SL, which includes tutorials, building and scripting workshops and social activities with our students from around the world.View this destination »
The College of North West London is one of London's largest general further education colleges. This public sandbox is open to all residents of Second Life for building and scripting on the ground or in the sky. Help is always on hand from staff and general build information is located around the sand box.View this destination »
Welcome to the Second Life Cold War Museum, bringing to life one of the most interesting periods in world history. Please come and check out all of the informative exhibits!View this destination »
Debra of America is a not for profit real-life organization to raises awareness for those who suffer from Epidermolysis Bullosa. Deemed the "worst disease you never heard of," come visit to learn about this savage disease or visit www.debra.org to see how you can help.View this destination »
Matoluta Sanctuary is dedicated to spreading awareness about the preservation of the Spanish Colonial Horse. Matoluta Sanctuary is also venue for photography, nature, roleplay, animals and memories. For more information, be sure to visit http://matolutasanctuary.blogspot.com/.View this destination »
The Science Circle is an alliance of scientists, educators and entrepreneurs. They gather twice a month with their student groups in SecondLife for field trips and presentations. For more information, be sure to visit http://sciencecircle.org/.View this destination »
Come explore Bunny Isles for Kenya, a cozy beach on the Lake Victoria shores. Sponsored by Brownsea NGO Gwassi-Kenya Project, this large community hosts a shopping mall, courses, musical and artistic events, with proceeds gping to the Harambee Schools in the Gwassi region of Kenya. Watch as virtual contributions become real aid.View this destination »
Research indicates that exercising your avatar regularly may help to improve your own physical fitness. Avatar Fitness Club offers a social environment for changing habits and maintaining weight loss through their nutrition education, virtual workouts, yoga, climbing walls, lap pools, weight room, aerobics, cycling classes and treadmills. Come see the grand opening, sponsored by Cooperative Extension!View this destination »
Bed bugs can lurk in any hotel room. The LittleTown Inn is a clean and classy-looking establishment, but don't let this give you a false sense of security. Play the game and learn how to protect yourself from the worldwide bed bug epidemic on your travels.View this destination »
How much exercise will it take to burn off your restaurant meal? Explore the relationship between calorie intake and physical activity, and the importance of making smart choices when dining out. Order from the menu and get a personal report of the activity needed to offset calories consumed. Presented by Cooperative Extension, Reality Check Cafe is a newly-designed restaurant and features new cuisine biweekly.View this destination »
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