from left to right Ruby Snook, Bee Zimminy and back right Valen Voom with students during a recent build session in the Towson Innovaiton Lab sandbox in Second Life.
You can IM one of the faculty members using their in-world avatar names: Ruby Snook (Jan Baum), Valen Voom (James Braman) or Bee Zimminy (Bridget Sullivan) for a teleport to their location in Second Life or join us promptly at 8:30 pm in the sandbox (building area) of the Towson Innovation Lab island (the area defined by a brown picket fence).
Upcoming topics are presented by Bee Zimminy (Bridget Sullivan, firstname.lastname@example.org) on the following Monday evenings starting at 8:30 pm ET.
Please arrive on time because we start promptly. Each demo takes approximately 30-45 minutes to complete.
Demonstrations will be held in the Towson Innovation Lab sandbox. IM Bee Zimminy for a teleport.
9/20 - Viewer 2 basics, modifying your appearance, Basic Build Session I - the very basics of object making in SL: making prims, duplicating prims, editing prim appearance (color textures, shape), linking prims - beginner level
9/27 - No build demo session tonight. Attend the screening of the film "Life 2.0" on the real life campus of Towson Univeristy 7:30 PM VAN BOKKELEN HALL AUDITORIUM FREE ADMISSION
10/4 - Basic Build Session II: building small prims for an avatar to wear - beginner level 10/11 Building an notecard giver object - beginner level
10/18 - Building a display box to give away an object for free - beginner level 10/25 - Basic Build Session I - the very basics of object making in SL: making prims, duplicating prims, editing prim appearance (color textures), linking prims.
11/1 - Basic Build Session II - uploading textures adding basic scripts
11/8 - Building a Presomatic presentation board in SL 11/15 - Building a Presomatic presentation board in SL tour of great learning sites in SL, beginner level
11/22 - no demo session this week
11/29 - Building a Presomatic presentation board in SL
12/6 - Building a Presonmatic presentation board in SL
Valen Voom (left) and Bee Zimminy (right) in the Towson Innovation Lab sandbox during a recent build session.