WelcomeI am a senior lecturer in English and Arts Education at the University of Tasmania. In 2011 I am involved in research about 3D multimedia authoring. I am teaching new media literacies, children's literature, drama, and introductory courses in English education. I am currently writing about multimodal semiotics.
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Today I gave a tour of Macbeth for the HUMlab in Sweden! Click here if you’d like to view the video stream of the tour. It goes for about an hour. It was a bit of an experiment for us … Continue reading
For those occasions when I have a presentation about Virtual Macbeth where Second Life is not accessible for a live demonstration, I’ve resorted to using these slides. I’ll record an audio version or maybe there will be a machinima version … Continue reading
I am speaking at the 45th UKLA International Conference Making Connections: Building Literate Communities in and Beyond the Classroom. Here’s my abstract – come on along if you are in the UK and interested Inside the mind of Macbeth: Understanding … Continue reading
During the (Australian) Summer I was invited by incredible and passionate-about-education-in-virtual-worlds colleague Nick Noakes to participate in the Virtual Worlds and Language workshops held in Second Life (link to the associated ning here). I conducted a few tours through Macbeth and … Continue reading
I created a Virtual Macbeth group on flickr so that I’d be able to view and enjoy the fun other people were having on Macbeth – and it is indeed a thrill every time somebody adds a new photo to … Continue reading
Click here to go and watch my interview with Paisley!
Thanks to HVX Silverstar, here is machinima of some of us at the Halloween party on Macbeth yesterday!! Wow. our first machinima set on the sim! Thaks HVX! WHat an unexpected bonus!
In two weeks we’ve had two parties and about 20 tours through Macbeth, and the average number of people who have visited per day is close to 2000, sometimes 5000 on a weekend. Its lovely to have so many … Continue reading