Do you want to join the Second Life Workgroup?

With the exposure that the Second Life Workgroup has received at the conference, team members are receiving inquiries from SLA members who would like to join our efforts to help all Association members learn more about virtual worlds.  If you are interested in joining the Second Life Workgroup, please email me (Jill Hurst-Wahl), hurst {at} hurstassociates {dot} com

After the conference, the team leaders in the workgroup will be "meeting" to talk about how we can engage new workgroup members in our efforts seamlessly.  We know that some people may have time constraints as well as a learning curve about Second Life (SL), so we will be striving to bring you on-board in a way that works for you.  Ideas that have been informally discussed include:

  • Having workgroup members gather information on their SLA chapters and then learning how to make that information available in SL.
  • Using workgroup members as designate SL tour guides and mentors.  In these roles, people would definitely learn while doing.
  • Asking workgroup members to write about their experiences as SL newbies.
  • Having people do brief presentations about the workgroup at chapter meetings.

I hope you’ll consider volunteering.  I promise that you will not be bored and that you will obtain knowledge about virtual worlds that you’ll be able to use in your professional life.

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