12th Annual Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education
April 4-6, 2019
Theme : re:Vision
The VWBPE Conference is a completely virtual conference that is conducted using simulated environments. Participants experience the conference through a virtual reality type setting including conference rooms, theatres, exposition halls, meeting spaces, and other types of venues similar to a brick and mortar type conference.
The conference is free to attend. The cost of the conference is covered by sponsorship and donations.
* Play * Explore * Engage * Immerse * Learn *
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It's not gone yet - come hunt and play! Exhibits Scavenger Hunt The notecard with hints for this (and landmarks for each exhibit) is in the Swag Bag, available at the VWBPE Gateway. Some of the exhibitors have free gifts for you, too - look around! Under...read more
In 2014, the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education Organizational Committee instituted a new personal achievement award to recognize an individual who has provided outstanding service to both the field of education and the virtual world community at large. The...read more
Since 2007, the educational communities using digital spaces for learning have come together to share what we have learned about using games and simulations in the classroom. For many, the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education has been the vanguard...read more
The Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education (VWBPE) Conference is excited to present attendees with opportunities to meet other educators in an informal environment while exploring Second Life and having fun. Social activities during the conference add to the...read more
No one can predict the future. For futurists like Bryan Alexander, it is a matter of intuition, insight, and reading the present signs. He does it quite well. At VRevolutions, Dr. Alexander is a hoped-for keynote: he is better positioned to tell us about...read more