8th Annual Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education Conference 2015


Here are the latest updates for the upcoming 8th Annual Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education Conference happening 18th-21st March 2015 in Second Life.

  • Final Round: Call For Proposals due Jan 14
  • Linden Lab CEO Ebbe Altber to Open VWBPE 2015
  • Advancing Innovation through Sponsorship
  • Volunteers, Save the Date!
  • Exhibitor, Machinima and more info posts this week

The 8th Annual VWBPE Conference is the  event bringing together educators/trainers, practitioners, administrators and policy makers from around the world to present, discuss and review ongoing developments in the field of 3D virtualization, its applications, and opportunities.

Over 3,300 people from 45 countries attended our last conference. There were 80 presentations in three days including keynote addresses by Ebbe Altberg, CEO of Linden Lab and Philip Rosedale, Second Life creator and CEO of High Fidelity.

Save the date > March 18-21, 2015!

More info can be found at http://vwbpe.org.

Here are some of my VWBPE snapshots from the past and I like to share them below!

VWBPE 2010

VWBPE 2010

VWBPE Gateway 2011

VWBPE Gateway 2011

VWBPE 2012

VWBPE 2012 – chatting to friends 

VWBPE 2012 Dragon parade

VWBPE 2012 – A fantastic Dragon parade

VWBPE 2013

VWBPE 2013 – Large crowds gather 

VWBPE Main Auditorium 2013

VWBPE Main Auditorium 2013

VWBPE 2014

VWBPE 2014  – It’s Ebbe Linden! 

Philip Rosedale at VWBPE 2014

Philip Rosedale at VWBPE 2014

I’m looking forward to taking more snapshots at VWBPE 2015 so it can join the photo collection. Woooot!!!🙂

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