Thursday, December 04, 2014

Virtual worlds research: methodological issues: 9 December

Two research presentations and a discussion, taking place in Second Life. Date: 9 December 2014, Time: 12 noon Second Life time, (8pm UK time) see for times elsewhere (duration - 90 minutes)
Place: Infolit iSchool, Second Life

Sheila Webber (University of Sheffield Information School, Sheila Yoshikawa in Second Life) and Marshall Dozier (University of Edinburgh, Pancha Enzyme in Second Life) will present on Social, ethical, digital: issues in 3D worlds research
Evelyn McElhinney (Glasgow Caledonian University, Kali Pizarro in SL) will present on Qualitative research in Social virtual worlds.
There will then be a roundtable discussion with the speakers and Clara O'Shea (University of Edinburgh, Klara Otsuka in SL).

Infolit iSchool is in the virtual world Second Life. You need a SL avatar and the Second Life browser installed on your computer. Go to
Event is free, no registration required. Presentations will be in voice, discussion in text chat.

A Sheffield iSchool Centre for Information Literacy Research event

All welcome!

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