Atlanta--The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
introduced members to its Second Life virtual center for networking and
collaboration this week at the National Educational Computing Conference
(NECC) in Atlanta, Ga.
Second Life is a multi-user virtual environment with more than 7 million
registered residents. The free online program is fast becoming a digital
epicenter for education and learning. ISTE developed a Second Life center
last fall on EduIsland, an area of privately owned virtual "land" within the
popular digital world, along with 18 other educational organizations. An
overwhelmingly positive response from ISTE members encouraged ISTE to
purchase its own island...