SL project wins annual e-Learning award

Yesterday, November 4th 2009, The Danish Ministry of Education together with National Knowledge Center on e-Learning announced the winner of the annual e-Learning award. The winner is the VIA University College who have developed a sim for training work place security targeted at professionals in especially the carpentry industry. Big Congrats!

Given the negative press surrounding Second Life this truly is good news for all Danish in-world educators/researches :-)

/Mariis

SLurl to  VIA University College.

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  3. rhachmann

    Truly a chance to direct more attetion towards SL.
    Lets hope that this project & award will inspire many others…

    /mew

  4. milmariis

    Thx, for the update on the very important names on the people involved, Tonny :-) We’re looking forward to meeting you in-world on Sunday!
    /Mariis

  5. Tony Breindal

    Thx. for the e-mail Marianne and the hint – of course, avatars inWorld ;-)

    – VIA University College, Åge Staghøj aka Age Contepomi (project owner)
    – Lisbet Lücke Larsen aka HotLing Swindlehurst (design and building)
    – Inge Knudsens aka Inge Qunhua (translations and paedagogic support)
    – Flemming Nielsen aka Flemming Congrejo (programming)
    – Klavs Lindequist aka Boo Schnyder (clothing and creating avatars)
    – Tony Breindal aka Tonny Halderman (project management)

    Feel free to contact us :-)

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