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Second Life Virtual World as a Possible Venue for an Undergraduate Capstone Course in Business
|Title:||Second Life Virtual World as a Possible Venue for an Undergraduate Capstone Course in Business|
|Authors:||DiGiammarino, Enrico L. "Sam", Jr.|
|Author Affiliation:||Enrico L. “Sam “ DiGiammarino, Jr. - Kaplan University|
|Abstract:||Well beyond that of a new cyber place to hold traditional lecturers and classes, the virtual world of Second Life presents a rich tapestry of options for the business educator to inculcate in their students the realities of decision making in a REAL business. By leaping beyond the traditional types of capstone courses, the educator’s ability to have a team of students create and operate a REAL for-profit business in this virtual world dramatically increases the students’ ownership of the assimilative nature of capstone learning.|
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TCC 2008 Proceedings|
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