The problem that we often run into, though, is we talk about “educational technology,” and many have that in their titles. I am not saying that anyone that has this in their title isn't doing great work, but the name say something to ...
"This thesis explores the features of Second Life and OpenSim that affect the choice of academics who are planning to use a virtual world in order to meet the learning needs of their students. For the conduct of this study, what was taken into account is a preexisting framework which proposes the evaluation of virtual worlds against four dimensions: their contexts, the immersion encountered within each, their cost, and their persistence. "
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