Vol 2, No 1 (2009)

Pedagogy, Education and Innovation

Issue Editors: Leslie Jarmon, University of Texas at Austin, USA; Kenneth Y. T. Lim, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; B. Stephen Carpenter, II, Texas A&M University, USA

This issue is dedicated to exploring the breadth of designs, pedagogies and curricular innovations that are actually already being applied to teaching and learning in virtual worlds.

Table of Contents

Issue Editors' Corner

Leslie Jarmon, Kenneth Y. T. Lim, B. Stephen Carpenter, II
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Leslie Jarmon
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B. Stephen Carpenter, II
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Kenneth Lim
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Peer Reviewed Research Papers

Chris Campbell
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David Chodos, Eleni Stroulia, Parisa Naeimi
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Micaela Esteves, Benjamim Fonseca, Leonel Morgado, Paulo Martins
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Jackie Gerstein
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David Kurt Herold
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Ken Hudson, Kathryn deGast-Kennedy
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Peggy Daniels Lee
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Lorri Mon
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Angela M Pereira, Paulo Martins, Leonel Morgado, Benjamim Fonseca
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Renato P. dos Santos
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David Thomas Schwartz
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Victoria Lynn Walker
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Marjorie A. Zielke, Thomas Roome, Alice B. Krueger
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“Think Pieces”

James Paul Gee
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Pamela G. Taylor
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Interactive Online Exhibits and Demonstrations

Andrew Stuart Lang, David Kobilnyk
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Paula Roush, Ming Nie, Matthew Wheeler
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Research-in-brief papers

Antonio Lopes, Bruno Pires, Marcio Cardoso, Arnaldo Santos, Filipe Peixinho, Pedro Sequeira , Leonel Morgado, Hugo Paredes, Oleguer Camerino Foguet
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Assembled (rush to press papers)

Theresa A. O'Connell, John D. Grantham, Kevin A. Workman, Wyatt Wong
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