Colleges will have to pay full price for Second Life program

The Second Life software program that allows educators to establish virtual campuses will no longer offer an educational discount, officials say. Beginning in January, colleges will have to pay full price for the program. "If any institution doesn't have the funds to continue these services, it could cut off the educational experience that immerses students in those types of topics," said Sharon Stoerger, a consultant in instructional design at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee.

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