Papers on the topics of virtual classroom interaction, gender and virtual environments, student MOO (or Web-MOO) projects, MOO-based collaborative inter-class projects, and papers focusing on social/theoretical issues pertaining to student MOO practices are welcome. In addition, we encourage papers concerning foreign language or other discipline-specific uses of MOOs, Web-MOOs, or the virtual classroom in general.
- 300-word abstract
- Deadline: 9 February, 1996
The Virtual Classroom: Writing across the Internet, is co-sponsored by the UC Berkeley Instructional Technology Program, The Berkeley Language Center (tentative), and the Annenberg/CPB Composition in Cyberspace Project.
Kairos 1.1 (Spring 1996): News