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PodTech: Teaching Architecture via Second Life — Interview with Terry Beaubois
November 28, 2007, 3:55 am
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You’ve been kicked (a good thing) – Trackback from CadKicks.com
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Comment by CadKicks.com

What you are doing is very useful, it is very high tech and cutting edge. This is a good way to let students see how their houses would look right away and also looks into the social interaction that Second Life creates.

Comment by Jen

What you have done is very interesting and cutting edge. It is neat to see how you are using a virtual world in order to teach students about architecture. What you are doing also pulls in the social interaction that is within Second Life’s concept.

Comment by Jen

[…] State University’s Creative Research Lab – (aka Tab Scott in SL) covered previously on The Arch here.  They also covered the work of another friend and colleague – Bonnie Staiger, Hon. AIA (Dakota […]

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[…] In it, they talk about the work of Guillermo Vasquez de Velasco, Assoc. AIA, who is the dean of Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning.  They also mention the work of my good friend Terry Beaubois, AIA, professor at Montana State University’s Creative Research Lab – (aka Tab Scott in SL) covered previously on The Arch here. […]

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