The following blurb was forward to me today by a SLake reader. (Thanks!)

“Please come and join in the discussion at the first meeting of the newly formed ‘Language and Culture Exchange’ group in Second Life. This group was established to promote language and culture exchange through the creation of a dynamic language and culture lesson database and a coordinated learning and exchange program in Second Life.

Event to be held at 15.30 SL time at imagiLEARNING

Join the Skypecast here:

We’ll also be streaming at WorldBridges (Sandbox B)”

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There’s an interesting article (”The New Status Symbol for Colleges? An Island in Second Life“) in today’s about the private islands of colleges. Sez the article: “Second Life, the increasingly popular virtual world, now boasts more than 100 “islands” dedicated to a variety of educational pursuits. And many of those islands — digital plots of land that can be made invisible to random passers-by, unlike most of Second Life — are owned by colleges and universities, according to The New York Times.

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