Every spring, the Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education conference takes place in Second Life. Earlier this week, the organizers posted a request for sponsors for the 2022 conference, which will be the 15th. The theme this year is "Phoenix Rising," and it takes place from Thursday March 31 to Saturday March 2.
We are asking for your support by sponsoring the 15th Annual Virtual Worlds Best Practices in Education Conference (VWBPE), Phoenix Rising, happening this March 31 to April 2, 2022.
This completely online conference provides educational and networking opportunities that are relevant to educational curriculum development utilizing virtual environments and “best practices”. Your participation in this conference not only helps the thousands of instructors coming together to champion immersive education during our conference, it also reaches out to thousands more throughout the year.
Your participation will help to:
build community through extension of learning best practices to practical application of those ideas and techniques;
provide networking opportunities for educators and the communities that help support education; and
provide access to current innovations, trends, ideas, case studies, and other best practices for educators and the communities that help support education.
Community sponsors are the primary source of funding for this event and will help ensure its success. You can provide support in the following ways:
Be an event supporter through a monetary donation.
Volunteer at the event.
Host a presentation on your products or services.
Provide samples or trials showcasing your services
We invite you to help us promote online education as an official corporate sponsor.
The event is a major annual one in Second Life with hundreds attending and numerous discussions about various topics on education and virtual worlds. This includes some discussions in which Lindens, including CEOs, took part and talked about what was going on with the Lab.
For the announcement in full, Click Here.
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