VWBPE Calendar

All sessions of the VWBPE 2019 Conference are held in Second Life®. All times are in SLT (PST).
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Apr
5
Fri
2019
Creating a future full of opportunity within our global village
Apr 5 @ 10:00 AM – 10:50 AM

Presenter: Jessie Nunes (SL: Catalina Staheli), Northwest Arctic Borough School District
Description: Bringing powerful, positive change to remote, rural areas through an introduction of opportunities in online careers as content-creators, 3D modelers online, and more.

Reaching students through their interests.
Bringing rural students into the global society in positive, innovative ways.

Location: Lecture Area A
Accessibility: Voice and transcriptionist

Apr
6
Sat
2019
Eureka World: An educational virtual world ecosystem
Apr 6 @ 09:00 AM – 09:50 AM

Presenters: Ori Shapira (SL: turh zane), Educators and Trainers; Dani Seryoti (SL: s Maya), Educators and Trainers

Description: Eureka World’s platform takes a broader perspective on learning and involves a wide spectrum of actors from inside and outside the school. All stakeholders of education are involved in a collaborative of the learning process: the population inside school (mainly teachers, principals, students, other staff) as well as the population outside school (entrepreneurs, associations, institutions, municipalities, academic, families, and private persons etc.) In this presentation, we present and define the unique concept of Eureka World’s educational ecosystem: The concept is discussed generally in its 3D3C perception of teaching – which emphasis how it allows quality assimilation of learning patterns for students in the 21st century.

How to create Educational ecosystem based on virtual worlds that involves all educational partners
Demonstrate its unique platform and how to move beyond the walls of traditional thinking to embrace the wider community of educational professionals

Accessibility: Provide a written script during the presentation

Quadrivium: re:Visioning Technology
Apr 6 @ 03:00 PM – 03:50 PM

Moderator: Adrienne Pascal (SL)
Assistant: Elisa Segoni (Elektra Panthar)

Description: Where will the future of teaching and learning with technology take us? What should we do to prepare ourselves? Our students? How do you choose which technologies to incorporate into your practice? Bring your ideas as we re:Vision teaching and learning with technology.

Location: VWBPE Quadrivium
Accessibility: Voice & Transcriptionist

Apr
15
Mon
2019
Digital Citizens around a Community Drum
Apr 15 @ 05:00 PM – 06:00 PM

Hosts: Valerie Hill (Valibrarian Gregg), Community Virtual Library; Kara Bennett (Dancers Yao), Elder Voices
Description: As digital citizens, we each are journeying along a unique path with a personal story and perspective. Global digital participatory culture requires personal responsibilities for authenticity and ethics. Come learn about a storytelling community drum advocating digital citizenship. Share stories in a 3D learning environment.
Participants will witness various perspectives of digital citizenship through personal stories.
Participants will have an opportunity to voice their own digital citizenship stories.

Access: Second Life. See the conference website for information about creating a Second Life account. Either SL or Firestorm viewers are recommended.
Accessibility: Speakeasy Hud tool

This venue will be available for individual exploration after the presentation.

Apr
19
Fri
2019
Digital Citizenship Museum in Kitely
Apr 19 @ 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Hosts: Marie Vans (amvans lapis); Valerie Hill (Valibrarian Gregg); Alyse Dunavant-Jones (Antemeridian Discjockey); All – Community Virtual Library

Description: Participants will first participate in an interactive presentation that describes Digital Citizenship and the goals of the sim. Each of several buildings houses either a multi-media presentation or interactive slide show for a topic within Digital Citizenship. The interactive materials in each building were created by a variety of educators across the metaverse, bringing a diverse set of perspectives and ideas which we will then discuss near the end of the allotted time.
Participants will be able to disseminate information on what it means to be digital citizen in Virtual Worlds.
Participants will be able to voice meaningful suggestions on improving digital citizenship education.

Access: Digital Citizenship Museum in Kitely. The Digital Citizenship Museum is part of the series of Cookie II islands run by New Media Arts. You will need a Kitely avatar or can hypergrid with an OpenSim avatar. Create an account here: https://www.kitely.com/
Log into Kitely. Go to Cookie II. Go to Digital Citizenship Museum.
For detailed information about creating a Kitely avatar or hypergridding from OpenSim SEE the program entry:  CVL Presents: Hypergrid Resources Library Poker Run!
Location URL: In Kitely:  hop://grid.kitely.com:8002/Cookie II/644/899/22

Accessibility: Speakeasy Hud tool

This venue will be available for individual exploration after the presentation.