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What do libraries do in Second Life?

Thanks to Michael Sauers at the Nebraska Library Commission Blog for pointing out this YouTube Video on what librarians and other educator groups are doing with Second Life:

I recommend this video if you haven’t tried Second Life yet. This video downloads a lot faster than SL’s 30MB client software. If you’re intrigued to investigate on your own, go to Second Life and get your free avatar. You’re only cost will be time and a twice monthly railing at required updates.

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