Friday, September 5, 2008
Living and Working Filling Up
Once or twice during the year I teach a course called "Living and Working in a Virtual World". When I first introduced the course, about 11 students signed up and it went through its inaugural quarter. Some students thought it was too technical and some thought it was not technical enough.
One of the reasons I started this blog was to support the course. Activity here picks up whenever it is being taught. Among the reasons that the activity increase occurs is that I am more active in discussing the topics that would best be posted here.
Easily the most active day on this blog is during our virtual scavenger hunt.
As of today, there are 30 students enrolled in the class and I have opened up some additional spots. This could be interesting.
For those students who have stumbled across this blog before the quarter has begun, you may want to scan back through the posts (excluding the origami and theater ones) to get a feel for some of the things we will be discussing.
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