Virtual worlds in education: AVATAR, ST.ART and Euroversity action-research initiatives

This paper gives an overview of the educational potential of virtual worlds and draws on the results of the AVATAR  ‘Added value of teaching in a virtual world’, the ST.ART ‘Street Artists in a virtual space’ and the Euroversity projects, all funded with support by the European Commission under the Lifelong Learning Programme. These action-research projects deal with the technological, pedagogical, cultural and motivational benefits of using virtual worlds in educational settings and provide a framework for the implementation of virtual worlds in education.

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