SLurtles: Supporting constructionist learning in 'Second Life'

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Girvan, Carina; Tangney, Brendan; Savage, Timothy;

Constructionism places an emphasis on the process of constructing shareable artefacts. Many virtual worlds, such as Second Life, provide learners with tools for the construction of objects and hence may facilitate in-world constructionist learning experiences. However, ... View more
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