After six weeks of preparations, The Ed Tech Crew delivered a fabulous inworld event on Friday 17th December! Students from our Virtual Worlds Project Team had been working hard to complete their favourite OpenSim 3D objects as well as assisting with building the set for the event. Our good friends at The Hewitt School (New York), MacICT (Sydney) and Northern Beaches Christian School (Sydney) sent us screen shots for our inworld display, showing just some of the wonderful virtual worlds student work from their schools.
Although we had some technical difficulties just prior to the event, our “Plan B” was put into action and this, together with the incredible professionalism of The Ed Tech Crew hosts, Tony Richards and Darrel Branson, resulted in a great inworld event!
The event was recorded and streamed live by John Wilson from onlinevents. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to John for doing such an incredible job. When we first discussed ways to record and stream the event, we felt that this was something that was best left to the professionals and onlinevents certainly delivered!
Thank you to everyone who was involved:
The Ed Tech Crew – Tony Richards and Darrel Branson
John Wilson from onlinevents
Our Virtual Worlds Project Team
The students from The Hewitt School (New York), MacICT (Sydney) and Northern Beaches Christian School (Sydney)
Special Guests – Steve Collis (Northern Beaches Christian School) and Dean Groom (Macquarie University)
You can visit The Ed Tech Crew site to download the audio and view the show notes. For the next few months, you can view the video of the inworld event on the onlinevents site. If you would like to visit The Ed Tech Crew set, join us on Begonia Gardens on ReactionGrid. The movie below will show you how to access our public OpenSim space and also take you on a tour of the set.
Thanks again to everyone involved and a very Merry Christmas to you!