Educators Are Teaching in SL Today
Chant Newall Development Group, LLC (CNDG) utilizes the Second Life platform for interactive offerings in biology, chemistry, economics and environmental science.
Researchers from Texas A&M University and Florida Institute of Technology have explored how Second Life can facilitate and enhance the learning process.
Sandra L. Winkler from Nova Southeastern University in Florida is researching how virtual reality can offer a better learning environment for amputees.
Brique Topaz, who runs the Germany based non-profit "Live and Learn in Kenya," uses Second Life to help raise funds for children in impoverished areas outside of Nairobi.