Recordings

In-world video, audio and chat
Elluminate (there were several technical issues, including this session recorded together with another one - start 1:59 into the recording)

Trevor's in-world office hours - search the map for "The Lab" to find him: Tuesdays 9:00 -10:00 AM EDT, Thursday 4:00-5:00 PM EDT, Saturday 8:00-9:00 PM EDT


About the event


Wednesday, August 19th we will meet in the LearnCentral public Elluminate room at 6pm Pacific / 9pm Eastern time:https://sas.elluminate.com/d.jnlp?sid=lcevents&password=Webinar_Guest
You can come some half an hour earlier to test the mike, doodle on the white board and otherwise play. We will also have a "virtual field trip" into Opensims. The environment is in beta, so it can only accommodate up to 15-20 people at a time. If you want to go in-world, please register at http://reactiongrid.com/ ahead of time, download the client, and try it out a bit. There are Linux and Windows clients.

Host: Trevor Meister

This event is a part of the ongoing Math 2.0 interest group conversation series. Always-discussed topics:
  • principles of Math 2.0 teaching and learning
  • networks and communities creating social math objects
  • platforms for remote communication of this interest group
  • our projects and collaboration
  • publishing efforts and bibliography

Host

Trevor Meister


Trevor Meister
Trevor Meister
Trevor is an independent Ed. Tech/Virtual World/Immersive Education explorer. He is a former k-12 educator (Mathematics and Physics) in Edmonton Alberta Canada. Trevor recently transitioned into an independent Consulting role to explore the potential of social media in general and more specifically immersive education in virtual world spaces. Of special interest is the immersive education initiative - Media Grid's open education grid and the VW platforms they are examining: Wonderland, Cobalt/Croquet and Second Life (TM) / OpenSim and other similar projects. You can read about some of Trevor's work here: http://www.rezed.org/profile/ TrevorMeister and on Twitter: http://twitter.com/tjmeister

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