Second Life offers students new perspectives on old problems

08/1/2007 | USA Today

Many universities use Second Life as an educational tool, either supplementing real-life classes or sometimes conducting entire distance-learning courses in the virtual Internet world, according to this article. "This is a new way to interact with me and each other," said chemistry professor Jean-Claude Bradley. "I can show them molecules in three dimensions. We can walk around the molecule and discuss it."

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