Archive for the ‘virtual libraries’ Category

Thanks to George Siemens’ eLearning Resources and News email newsletter:  a recent TechCrunch article on virtual worlds and the different services they provide and a discussion on the Freakonomics blog about the popularity and economic questions sparked by virtual services such as Second Life.  This last one really started an interesting discussion about the supposed “real-world” gains to be made from a virtual world economy.


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ALA is creating a new library group to deal with virtual spaces.  Jenny Levine talks about it on The Shifted Librarian

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