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Kieron
6 November 2009

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Contact details: k.sheehy@open.ac.uk

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Kieron
6:35pm 6 November 2009 (Edited 2:45pm 9 November 2009)


The virtual cane link doesn't point  to the correct  page. It's later on. The document has one of those snazzy formats.

The cane allows you the navigate virtual worlds.

Alan Ridley was at a ESRC seminar yesterday at King College London.

Kieron
8:14pm 8 November 2009 (Edited 2:45pm 9 November 2009)


can onee remove a comment?

Rebecca Ferguson
10:46am 18 November 2009


Surprised you'd missed the link to J. Dodger's work :-)

Kieron
3:00pm 3 February 2010


Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education

This book seems a bit overdue. Still expect it will appear in the next day or so.

 

Rebecca Ferguson
3:14pm 3 February 2010 (Edited 3:44pm 2 March 2010)


When it does come out, we'll be able to buy it in the SL bookshop

http://vorticism.wordpress.com/2009/12/14/new-bookshop/

Kieron
3:41pm 2 March 2010


Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education

December went by, then January slipped away, then February was gone. 

Will this book appear in March?   

Kieron
4:08pm 10 March 2011


This will be coming out soon.

Beaming Children where they cannot go.
Telepresence robots and inclusive education:  an exploratory study

in t Ubiquitous Learning: an international journal


 

 

Kieron
3:57pm 10 October 2013


Whilst not a researcher with a biscuit name, IGI Global has a very very biscuity address. Thank you to Rebecca for ongoing work in the field of biscuity named research.. 

Editorial Content Department

IGI Global - (Disseminator of Knowledge since 1988) 

701 E. Chocolate Avenue 

Hershey, Pennsylvania 17033-1240, USA 

 

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