Thread Subject: Re: Second Life
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From: Walser, Kate
Date: Tue, Jul 10 2007 3:25 PM
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Larry asked if access to SecondLife is required for essential government
training and public outreach and what kinds of public info and training
are being disseminated.
Kate replies with feedback from SRA folks involved in SecondLife
No, there is nothing that requires Second Life, but it illustrates a
significant step in government citizen outreach and training concepts,
following many university remote training capabilities. It is, for now,
more of an augmentation to existing resources.
NOAA - Citizen Outreach, Collaboration, Real Data Visualization and
Red Cross - Collaboration, Education and Training, Volunteering
NIH - Citizen Outreach, Collaboration
NASA - Citizen Outreach, Education, Training, Collaboration
NLM - Grants for Education and Training, beginning project on separate
island to deploy training and citizen outreach information
Our folks just published a white paper on this topic (not yet publicly
available) and can show us examples if there's interest.