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What you can find on this wiki


Collected here are a range of different resources that reflect the life cycle of this project. There are short descriptions below and then links to the further resources. If you are new to this project please check out the official Euroversity website to get a more detailed background.


1)  The project started by collecting a series of case studies of courses that have been conducted in a variety of virtual worlds by the founder members of this network. These form the basis of the good practice framework that has been created for use both by project members and the wider community of those interested in developing educational activity in virtual worlds.


In order to create these case studies, a small initial group (Gary Motteram, Zeynep Onat-Stelma, Silvia Canto and Kristi Jauregi) produced an initial set of questions based on a brainstorm and some background ideas from the literature and then discussed these with the project partners at a meeting on 13th February, 2012 in Second Life. Following this meeting a number of additional questions were added to the framework. 


2)  The case studies were used as the basis for the WP2 framework of good practice. This was then trialled and a number of further case studies have been created that were based specifically on the framework and the framework itself modified.


3) A number of other resources and guides to different tools have also been brought together.


For further information about this project and to join the community, you can look at our official website. Or join our Facebook group.


This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein. The material throughout this wiki is availabe under a Creative Commons Non-Commercail Share Alike agreement established between the project partners.














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